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Last updated 22nd July 2014

Recent updates

22-Jul-2014: AECs at the Rallies page updated
22-Jul-2014: Preserved AECs page updated
10-Jun-2014: AECs in Service updated
04-Jun-2014: London heritage Routemaster feature updated


AEC of the month

The Oxford Bus Museum's preserved former City of Oxford AEC Renown 371 is seen at the start of its journey back to Oxford after a day out at the Alton Rally and Running Day on 20th July. City of Oxford required these low height buses to negotiate the Oxford Rail Station bridge. The Renowns were followed first by low height Daimler Fleetlines and then specially constructed low height Bristol VRs, before the rebuilding of the bridge in 1979 permitted standard height Bristol VRs and later models such as Leyland Olympians, Dennis Tridents and current low floor designs to pass underneath.


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