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Colin Lloyd
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T3 X402AAT

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Streatham Garage

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Details: One of the more recent entrants to the London bus scene was French-owned Connex, who built up a fair sized operation in just a couple of years. They were also responsible for a number of train services in the South East for a period. To support their bus fleet, at least 4 Ford Transits were operated, the example shown being a van numbered T3 (X402AAT). In this picture, taken at the old Streatham bus garage on 19th December 2001, it may be noticed that the van carries the original logo while the Trident bus behind carries the later version.

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RayThis was taken at the 'new' garage. Thu 30/04/2020, 11:54
Thomas YoungYes, Ray is right, the building in the background is the bus garage built in the 1980s on the site of the earlier one. However, at the time of this photograph it had been closed for almost ten years (being used instead for go-cart racing), only the entrance roadway being in use for terminating buses to turn and park on. As such, it didn't seem right to say that this photo was taken at Streatham Bus Garage, although I now notice that this very description was still in use for bus destination blinds...Fri 08/05/2020, 18:06