History Of Member Owned Buses


Bus owned by Mark Golding  Pleasant Mount, PA

               

from this point it went to Miami Tours in 1979 then was bought by a fellow in Wilkes Barre, Pa and used till around 1985 then sold to Revel Trains or Market Street Square then in 1998 it was sold to Bob Zabattie in Honesdale, Pa. I got it from him when he was going to have it crushed. Please check out the in the works pages for what's happening now. 


 Bus owned by Tony Juncale , San Francisco , Ca.
Delivered new in 1962 as Midland General 509, it was then renumbered 609 in 1968, the again renumbered 685 in 1972.  It passed to Trent as its 685 in 1976 and was withdrawn in 1977 going via various dealers to the USA by 1979 when it arrived in San Francisco.                                                             
Midland General & Trent all operated in the Nottingham area.
It is one of only 218 FSF's built as most of the front entrance Lodekka's were the longer FLF.
It was the ticket seller on Union Square who told me about the bus. 

 


Bus owned by, Gilmore Car Museum , Kalamazoo , MI   

History to be added


Bus owned by , Fairview Inn , Midland , MI                                           

History to be added

 

 

 

 

 


Bus owned by,  Vance Sprock ,Cupertino, CA                         

History to be added

 

 

 

 

 

 


              John Roye's Leyland National                                            

        for complete history check out this page

                 http://www.leylandnationalgroup.org/

                                                  


                             Chris Keesecker's  /Java Dawg                                                                
                             5320 Angeles Ave
                             Sarasota, FL 34235                http://bcv.robsly.com:80/tfn988t.html
                                United States
 

                   

 

 

 


 

             History of Different Types of British Buses

                  b Link to Nigel Furness's web site

              AEC's Blue Triangle symbol [ AEC Ltd] is reproduced by kind permission of The British Commercial Vehicle Museum Trust. b   Link to Neil Fraser's web site