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Most of the fleet of vehicles used by the London Transport Museum for exhibition and training functions were delicensed in spring 2020 (due to the COVID-19 pandemic), and none seem to yet be back in use. Indeed some have not been seen since and may well have been disposed of. One that is still in stock (albeit out of use and SORN) is Citroen Relay AY07EYZ. This 3-axle vehicle was used to teach children how to use London buses. The interior had a mock-up of a typical bus layout, while the rear and offside of the exterior were decorated to resemble a single-decker bus similar to a Mercedes Citaro. For the past few months, AY07EYZ has been parked near the entrance to the Museum Depot in Acton, as seen on 14th March 2023. The graphics of the bus windows seem to have deterioated with lots of cracks that make them look curiously like a road map.
Photo ID: 7452
Photo date: 14/03/2023 Size: Regular. An extra large copy of this photo is available.
Date added: 18/04/2023