London Country

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List Of Bus Operators Of The United Kingdom - L
... Transport Leicester Citybus Leon Motors Lincoln City Transport LinkUp Lionspeed Lloyds Coaches London Central London Country Bus Services London Country North East ...
Scottish Motor Traction - See Also
... Thames Valley Traction Tillingbourne Bus Company Yellow Bus Services Greater London Birch Brothers Boro'line (London) Capital Citybus Capital Logistics Connex bus East Thames Buses Grey-Green Harris Bus ...
London Country South West
... London Country South West was a former bus operator which existed between 1986 and 2000 ... It was formed from a part of London Country Bus Services ... company was privatised in 1988 and sold to Drawlane, who adopted the trading name London Country ...
London Buses Route 142 - History
... The allocation was transferred to London Country Bus Services' Watford garage, and became part of London Country North West in 1986 ... Luton and District took over London Country North West in October 1990 and retained the contract shortly afterwards, ordering 15 new Leyland Olympians to operate ... They carried Arriva London's red livery and 'cow horn's' instead of Arriva Shires Essex's turqurise blue livery ...
London Buses Route 298 - History
... The operation of route 298 passed to London Country in 1986, and to London Country North East in September 1986 following London Country's division into four subsidiaries ...

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