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Malcolm Conway
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04/02/2013

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Details: Many UK bus companies used ERF recovery vehicles, a typical example being UTJ295V of Clydeside Scottish, photographed at Buchanan Street bus station in Glasgow on 26th June 1989. Clydeside had been created in 1985 from the division of Western Scottish Omnibuses, although between 1989 and 1991 the two companies were rejoined. The bus in the background is an ECW-bodied Daimler Fleetline in the distinctive Kelvin Scottish livery.

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