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|Details: Ford Transit dropside trucks started entering the central fleet in quantity in the early 1990s and have been common ever since. Judging by the variety of vehicle licensing marks that appeared, the leased fleet in the early 1990s may have featured several suppliers and dealers. 4244F, seen here at Golders Green Bus Station, was one of a few to be licensed in Oxford. Later in the decade London area marks became more normal. Although barely visible, the cabside lettering reads 'London Underground Limited, Infrastructure manager, Northern line'.|
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|Kim Rennie||Was the National Express office taken over from Green Line?|
Note: Edited by Kim Rennie, 04/08/10, 00:05.
|Wed 04/08/2010, 00:05|