Tas Bus Nut wrote:Just went and got the desto out of #9. NO SEATS, NO RACKS, NO MEMORY Being converted into camper. Met owner, Bob from NZ. Nice fella, (and the family)
royaltiger wrote:(2) Scania #133 in Springfield yard - preparation for disposal
Tas Bus Nut wrote:Getting BACK ON TRACK, I noticed LAST week (sorry for the delay) ex Ryans #33 in Metro panel shop. I have since found out that it is Cresswell Coaches' latest addition. Ryan's #33 is a Mercedes Benz OH1621L with AP Starliner body. From what I was told (by the driver who is going to drive it), is they (Cresswell) are going to keep it BLUE
Tas Bus Nut wrote:#130 & #133 destined for a mining company in QLD (if sale went through Fri.)
leyland clippers wrote:The report on "The Mercury" web-site said it was a council garbage truck. I don't see Hobart City Council on the door.
Thx Fireman Sam. Been there done that. Someone@ Metro put me onto the Tas Library site. CheersMetroTasCatcher wrote:For those who haven't seen, there are a few interesting photos of years gone by on the Archives website: http://portal.archives.tas.gov.au/menu.aspx?search=7
Well, I could have called you Postman Pat but considering you mentioned volunteer Fire Service, I thought Fireman Sam was more appropriateMetroTasCatcher wrote:Fireman Sam? Where did that one come from?
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