THE MIDLANDS BUS IMAGE GALLERY
Notttingham City buses with new owners

Midlands
City of Nottingham sold buses
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City of Nottingham Olympian
Glimpsed rounding the 'blue leanie' roundabout is one of a pair of ex Nottingham Northern Counties bodied Olympians which left that fleet for Southend after relatively short service. From there they went to Buffalo Travel and one was used as Rally Control at Showbus, Woburn Abbey during that time. They passed to The Shires with Buffalo Travel's bus services and were initially despatched to Wycombe for the Chesham services, but were too tall to negotiate Amersham Railway Bridge. They then whiled their time away on school runs in Aylesbury, which is what this one is doing.
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City of Nottingham Olympian A699EAU
Olympian 5079 (A699EAU) is clearly identified on layover from Halton Camp runs in Aylesbury Bus Station.
Shires
City of Nottingham Guide Friday, Oxford
A long running Guide Friday tour was that of Oxford City - a natural follow on from GF's pioneering nearby Stratford on Avon operation. This is another former Nottingham vehicle.
Guide Friday
City Of Nottingham Leyland Atlantean GTO333N
The highly successful Guide Friday tour operation concentrated on using retired distinctive Nottingham City Leyland Atlanteans converted to open top and adorned with suitable detailed paintings. Former Nottingham 593 (GTO333N) is seen on the Windsor tour in 1996, opposite the Castle. It is being overtaken by a Toyota Coaster/Caetano used on the town's Park & Ride service. Both Oxford and Windsor tours are now operated by City Sightseeing who absorbed the Guide Friday operation.
Guide Friday
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