- London Transport Service Vehicles on the web
Photographer / Copyright: Malcolm Conway
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Date added to site:06/06/10
Details: 2481F was one of two Ford Transit dropside trucks in the owned fleet that were allocated to bus operating unit London United. New in 1990, it was allocated to Stamford Brook garage and unusually carried both of the fleetnames then in use from there. The Airbus name was for the established services between central London and Heathrow airport, operated at the time by MCW Metrobuses. RiversideBus was a shorter-lived brand and applied to tendered routes such as the 237 and 283. The vehicle also has advertising on the dropsides for the accident repair centre at the garage, and a London Buses roundel on the light-bar. 2481F was sold to the recently-privatised London United bus company in 1995 and apparently gave up to a dozen years further service, still at Stamford Brook. However, it was never seen during this time by any of the contributors to this site.
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