THE UK MIDLANDS BUS IMAGE GALLERY
Oxford Bus Company

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City of Oxford leyland Titan KYV529X
Highbridge vehicles have always caused Oxford problems, not only the notorious Cowley Road bridge in the city, but also in the rural hinterland. Vehicles were categorised into three groups, normal height, lowbridge and those that could fit under Cowley Road bridge. The first two were always distinguished by being numbered in the 900 series, and secondhand London Titans like KYV529X is no exception as Oxford 954!
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City of Oxford Leyland Titans at Showbus
No less than 3 ex Oxford Titans turned up at Showbus in 1998 - they were on route to Kimes, one of whose earlier Titans is displayed alongside.
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Oxford Bus Company Leyland Olympian
In its final days, in January 2003, 224 (CUD224Y) was still hard at work on city service 22.
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AERE Oxford Bus Company Leyland Olympian
This bus was a secondhand purchase by City of Oxford and is seen with its original owner in Abingdon. The ECW bodied Leyland Olympian was owned by the AERE at Harwell and replaced, with others, an earlier fleet of Bristol VRs. The batch was bought by Oxford and ended their days with the company's Wycombe Bus division.
 
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