Double Deck

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South Yorkshire Transport Museum - History
... By the late sixties a 1946 vintage Leyland PD1 double deck bus had been purchased by a group that was the nucleus of the Sheffield Omnibus Enthusiasts Society ... They consisted of both single and double deck buses, even including a Rotherham double deck trolleybus ... entrance at Kelham was not of sufficient height to admit a double-decker ...
London Buses Route 108 - History
... At the time, the 108 was double deck ... Two batches of double deck buses were specifically built for use in the Blackwall and Rotherhithe Tunnels, with specially shaped roofs to improve clearance on the corners ... The 108 was converted to single-deck one person operation as from 26 October 1968 ...
London Buses Route 350 - History
... and the Government's Challenge Fund, operated by Wings, the 3 single deck buses carried a green livery with route brandings, similar to that of route A10 ... The decision was taken to convert the whole service to double deck as there were only 3 buses needed for the route ... Miller (TGM), who were reluctant to operate double deckers, so various options were considered and the problem eventually solved itself when TGM was bought out by Travel London who were able to operate double ...
MCW Metroliner
... The Metroliner was available as a standard single-deck coach, or the more numerous and striking tri-axle double-deck coach ... Due to the limited demand for older double deck coaches and the high seating capacity on the upper deck, many double-deck Metroliner DR130s were converted to open-top buses by Ensign ...
Arriva Buses Wales - Fleet Summary
... Double deck (low floor) Chassis Count Body type(s) Image(s) Allocated to VDL DB300 10 Wright Gemini 2 Rhyl (10) DAF DB250 9 Alexander ALX400 Aberystwyth (1), Rhyl (6 ...

Famous quotes containing the words deck and/or double:

    Think, when we talk of horses, that you see them
    Printing their proud hooves i’ the receiving earth;
    For ‘tis your thoughts that now must deck our kings.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    You’ve been making love to a double dose of cyanide.
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