Leyland Olympian

The Leyland Olympian is a double-decker bus built by British Leyland/Leyland Bus in the United Kingdom from 1980 to 1993. It was the last Leyland bus model in production before the demise of Leyland Bus.

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Stephensons Of Essex - Bus Fleet - Double-deckers
12 Leyland Olympian/Northern Counties 7 Leyland Olympian/Alexander 1 Leyland Olympian/Eastern Coach Works 3 Scania N230UD/Optare Olympus - the first brand-new double deckers bought by ...
Burnley & Pendle - Fleet - Current Fleet
... Volvo B10M Plaxton Paragon 1 Double deck vehicles Volvo Olympian Alexander Royale 1 Volvo Olympian Alexander RH 1 Leyland Olympian Leyland 2 Volvo B7TL ... Scania N113DRB Alexander RH 3 Scania N112DH (BR112) Alexander RH 2 Leyland Olympian Northern Counties 1 Leyland Olympian Alexander RL 1 This bus wears a variation of the ...
Leyland Olympian - Changing Hands
... In 1988 Leyland Bus passed to Volvo, who continued only the Olympian due to its vast number of outstanding orders ... and Singapore Bus Services saw the discontinuation of the Leyland Olympian and the closure of the manufacturing plant in Workington, England ... The name would live on when Volvo launched the Volvo Olympian, which was built in Irvine, Scotland ...
Volvo Olympian
... The Volvo Olympian was a rear-engine double decker bus built by Volvo at Irvine, North Ayrshire, Scotland ... and entered production in March 1993, replacing the Leyland Olympian ... The design was based on its predecessor Leyland Olympian, but the chassis had been modified such that only the chassis design and layout remained, with ...
Blackburn Transport - Fleet
... EL2000 4 Volvo B10BLE Wright Renown 12 Double deck vehicles Leyland Olympian Leyland 5 Leyland Olympian ROE 1 Leyland Olympian E.C.W 25 Volvo Olympian Northern Counties 3 Dennis Trident 2 East Lancs Myllennium ...

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    The Olympian gods cannot have grand passions because they cannot die.
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