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Details: Mercedes-Benz Vito minibus RX17PCU was used as a crew ferry vehicle in unmarked white from a variety of Go-Ahead London garages between 2017 and 2019. It was also reported to be part of the associated Brighton & Hove fleet, and this photo suggests that it has now made the coastal town its permanent home. Taken on 22nd September 2021, it shows the Mercedes at the bus stops on Western Road (outside the Churchill Square shopping centre). The role of the vehicle appears to have changed as it is now fitted with rear chevrons, warning lights and 'Response Unit' lettering. Passing on the other side of the road was an East Lancs Omnidekka bodied Scania, a type that has recently disappeared from service in London. Unlike many bus companies outside of London, Brighton & Hove has always used the same basic livery, even though the layout has been somewhat modernised. The current Brighton and Hove was formed in 1985 when the Brighton services of National Bus Company subsidiary Southdown were split off in preparation for privatisation. However, until 1969, Brighton and Hove had been a distinct company, and used a livery of cream and red.

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