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The Kings Ferry is a Kent-based commuter coach company that retains its identity despite ownership by National Express. GF60MXS is a long-wheelbase, high-roof Ford Transit van used by their engineering division. Although the coaches wear a greenish-yellow livery (by coincidence one was passing at the same time), all the vans seem to be red. Photographed at the Elephant and Castle on 14th July 2011.
Photo ID: 3602
Photo date: 14/07/2011 Size: Regular. An extra large copy of this photo is available.
Subject/s: Kings Ferry GF60MXS
Date added: 29/08/2011
Note added Thu 01/09/2011 by Thomas Young

By chance I noted similar EJ03ODN in Erith today. It had had its lettering removed but the outlines were still clearly visible. Looked identical to that in the picture.