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|Damon||District Office (Operating), Sub-Divisional Office (Engineering), Country Buses and Coaches by 1949 until ??||Sat 14/12/2013, 19:21|
|Ray||The garage was sited in St Peters Street and fronted by a bus station. St Albans 54732. It was also a CB&C Divisional Office.|
Note: Edited by Ray, 07/07/07, 12:44.
|Fri 06/07/2007, 22:28|
|Damon||The garage has been demolished and flats now occupy the site. Large parts of the perimeter walls still stand providing a reminder of the past.||Fri 06/07/2007, 21:32|
|John G||Not sure whether this location still exists - but I doubt it. Having lived so far south of the Thames, it was unusual for a teenager to have an interest in this place. This was entirely due to my daily reliance on route 727, which linked Luton Airport and Crawley - at the time of my use with Leyland Tigers TP31-35 (A131-5 EPA) working as SA91-94. St Albans also had the second batch of 5 ECW bodied Leyland Olympian Coaches LRC6-10 (B106-110 LPH) carrying Luton Flightline 757 livery. I remember LRC8 attended the Amersham Open Day in May 1985, and some years later (late 1980s) a burnt out shell of LRC6 was photograpged at BEL next to Crawley Garage. ||Fri 06/07/2007, 21:09|