Old and New
Edinburgh Corporation, LRT and
The two buses on the left are currently in the Lothian Buses
fleet. They were visiting Scottish Vintage Bus Museum for
its Open Weekend. The bus on the right is one from the
Vintage Bus Museum's collection.
PARKED ON THE LEFT: No 285.
This is one of the few remaining buses in the Lothian Buses
fleet still painted in maddar and white livery. Almost all
the other buses in the fleet are new-style 'harlequin' livery
able to transport wheelchairs. If No 285 has not already
been taken out of service, it is likely to be withdrawn within
the next few weeks.
PARKED IN THE CENTRE: No 170.
This is one of the latest batch of single deckers to be
delivered to Lothian Buses. It was delivered in January
2009 and is one of 11 buses that have been painted in the
special livery for Service 49 that operates between The Jewel
(Asda) and Rosewell.
PASSING ON THE RIGHT: No 812.
This is one of the buses that was operating the Free Internal
Service around the Lathalmond site. It was one of an early
batch of Leyland Atlanteans to be delivered to Edinburgh
Corporation (before the company became Lothian Region Transport,
then Lothian Buses.)