Some articles on grey green, grey, green, greys:
... with the Sunday service contracted to Grey Green, at their Stamford Hill base ... allocation which was operated using Alexander-bodied Volvo Citybus (VAs) in Grey Green's grey, green, and orange livery ...
... operations on two trading names Grey-Green and Orange ... In 1980 Grey-Green was a founding member of the British Coachways consortium which competed with National Express Coaches, but pulled out after a year ... As part of the Cowie Group, Grey-Green was one of the first private operators to operate London bus services following the process started with the privatisation of London bus services ...
... The Garage was opened in 1992 by Grey Green to meet the demands of their expanding North East London operations ... Dix Coaches was a subsidiary of Grey Green operating from a base in the Dagenham Area, which moved to the new depot on opening, hence the code DX ... The Grey Green was superseded in the mid nineties by Cowie, the parent group, and then later transposed into Arriva ...
... another Tiger Cub, Keith of Aylesbury, Harris of Greys and Summerbees of Southampton took more Reliances ... of Newquay and new Cavalier customers included Grey-Green, Hudson of Horncastle, Ayres of Dover, Liss District in Hampshire and Straws of Leicester, formerly a Plaxton ... Grey Green had its first 36 foot Cavalier on express service a month after the length was legal ...
Famous quotes containing the words green and/or grey:
“The country is holy: O bide in that country kind,
Know the green good,
Under the prayer wheeling moon in the rosy wood
Be shielded by chant and flower and gay may you
Lie in grace.”
—Dylan Thomas (19141953)
“Thus for each blunt-faced ignorant one
The great grey rigid uniform combined
Safety with virtue of the sun.
Thus concepts linked like chainmail in the mind.”
—Thom Gunn (b. 1929)