Friday, 29 May 2015

SOUTHDOWN 100 CELEBRATIONS



To celebrate 100 years of public transport across Sussex & South East Hampshire, Stagecoach South have launched two special bus liveries, based on the colours of the famous bus & coach company 'Southdown Motor Services'.
As part of the centenary celebrations, a special bus rally will take place on Sunday 7th June on Southsea Common with approximately 120 modern and vintage buses on display, plus free bus rides across the local area.
The two buses were unveiled by Stagecoach South's Commercial Director, Mark Turner and Engineering Director, Richard Alexander, pictured above with Bob Jackson, Operations Manager.




NOW SEE THE LATEST ON THE NEW FOCUS FLICKR SITE:


Visitors to the annual POPS event (Potteries Omnibus Preservation Society), in Stoke-on-Trent could be forgiven if they thought that they had been transported back to the era of the National Bus Company. Amongst the vehicle attendees were at least fifteen assorted bus and coaches in full NBC livery. The first of a short series of albums illustrating the event based at the Britannia football ground (home of Stoke City FC), can be viewed by clicking here

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