Routemaster Black Prince, 63B Royal Armouries via Arndale University City Square
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The acquisition of a preserved Douglas Corporation AEC Regent in 1968 provided the impetus to operate buses and led to the founding of ‘Black Prince’ Coaches, named after the famous statue in Leeds City Square. The company’s buses and coaches originally wore a green and cream livery and operated contracts, private hires and a Blackpool Express service. A new livery of red, yellow and maroon, applied differently to each bus, was adopted following deregulation in 1986.
RM441 was acquired in 1990 from Western Scottish Omnibuses, when its Clydeside subsidiary was re-absorbed and RMs operation ceased. Clydeside had sold many of its ‘cherished’ RM registration plates and named many of its RMs with male names beginning with ‘R’, RM441 duly took the name ‘Rudolf’.
OM46308 is a Dual Destination Model:
- OM46308A - Routemaster Black Prince, X51 Morley Fountain Inn via Elland Road
- OM46308B - Routemaster Black Prince, 63B Royal Armouries via Arndale University City Square
The Original Omnibus Company
The Original Omnibus Company, a range of 1:76 detailed die-cast model buses and coaches. Each model is presented in a display box and comes complete with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity detailing the vehicle's history.
Detailed scale model. Not suitable for children under 14 years. Please refer to safety notes in enclosed instruction leafet. Colours and contents may differ from thoase illustrated. Please retain these details and the address for future reference.
Colour and contents of products may vary from those illustrated
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