Diamond is a bus operator in the West Midlands, formed in 1986 as The Birmingham Coach Company.
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... The major competitor on this service is Diamond Bus who run every 20 minutes during the day, Monday - Saturday ... There is no longer an evening and Sunday service run by Diamond Bus with the night service 74N, also ran by Diamond Bus, being withdrawn in 2006 ...
... Zak's Bus and Coach Services was founded in Great Barr by Kevin Fazakarley, a former taxi operator, in 1978, following a brief venture into the operation of ... operated coaches and minibuses on social service contracts, before moving into local bus operation following deregulation, having won the Centro contract to operate evening journeys ... The company expanded its bus operations over the next few years to cover tendered services throughout the West Midlands, and into Staffordshire and ...
... In Early 2013 Red Diamond was rebranded to Diamond Worcestershire ... with Worcestershire County Council, a new fleet of Red Diamond bus services are beginning to operate in Redditch, Worcestershire ... These buses are mainly Diamond owned Wright Eclipse/Volvo B7RLE but there have been several re-painted Dennis Darts/Wright DAFs in operation ...
... of Ludlows, the route passed into the hands of Diamond Bus ... and from August 2010, Diamond restarted operations on the 007 after Choice Travel/Midland Rider lost the contract 39B Bromsgrove Longbridge Catshill, Barnt Green. 141 Bromsgrove Droitwich Stoke Prior, Wychbold Diamond Bus This route was operated by Midland Red West until 31 August 1996 when the contract was lost to ...
... Diamond, the West Midlands area operations of Rotala PLC, is split into four different sub-brands, each serving a different area of the region ...
Famous quotes containing the words bus and/or diamond:
“There was an old man from Darjeeling
Who got on a bus bound for Ealing.
It said at the door,
Please dont spit on the floor,
So he carefully spat on the ceiling.”
“Masts in the offing wagged their tops;
The swinging waves pealed on the shore;
The saffron beach, all diamond drops
And beads of surge, prolonged the roar.”
—John Davidson (18571909)