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The 10th generation of inspector's vehicles were all Astras but there was a mix of 13 vans (badged as Bedfords) and 8 estate cars (Vauxhall). They carried the hand-me-down illuminated roof roundels and lasted for the 2 years normal for such vehicles. A new London Buses corporate identity was introduced during the tenure of this batch and van 3466B was seen carrying the new roundel at Enfield Garage on 19th February 1989. The white 'General Manager Buses' lettering is still in situ, but the space above (where the gold 'London Transport' was when new) now bears the swan logo of the Leaside bus operating district. 3466B was returned to Avis exactly 2 months later, having been replaced by similar 3681B.
Photo ID: 7186
Photo date: 19/02/1989 Size: Regular
Date added: 30/07/2022