AEC's Blue Triangle symbol [ AEC Ltd] is reproduced by kind permission of The British Commercial Vehicle Museum Trust.
ROUTEMASTERS IN BUCKS
The erstwhile Wandle District enterprisingly registered a small series of commercial services to & from special events such as bus rallies at steam railway centres, exemplified here by RM47 & RML2615 at the Buckingham Railway Centre at Quainton Road near Aylesbury on 29th August 1988.  Privately-owned RM1571 ran as a duplicate.

Stockwell Garage's RML 2615 had made the long run from Central London as a 623, complete with correct white-on-blue "Express" blinds, and would spend the day on special local route 23 (with quite a complex schedule!) serving such delightful Metroland hamlets as Brill, Verney Junction and Tinkers End.

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RM47 (125k)
 RM47
Brill Square
RM47 (111k)
 RM47
Brill Square
RM1571 (122k)
 RM1571 & RM47
Brill Square
RML2615 (111k)
 RML2615
Near Quainton Road
RML2615 (103k)
 RML2615
Quainton Road Stn

RML2615 (111k)
 RML2615
Brill
RML2615 (111k)
 RML2615
Brill Square
RML2615 (99k)
 RML2615
Near Verney Junction
RML2615 (106k)
 RML2615
Verney Junction
RML2615 (151k)
 RML2615
Verney Junction

RML2615 (111k)
 RML2615
Verney Junction


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