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1962 AEC Routemaster RMC1485

1962 AEC Routemaster in Blur: Parklife, Music Video, 1994 IMDB

Class: Bus, Double-deck — Model origin: UK

1962 AEC Routemaster RMC1485

[*] Background vehicle

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Ddey65 US

2008-10-07 14:54

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[Image: BlurParklife-AECBus1.jpg][Image: BlurParklife-AECBus2.jpg]
As I explained, it's a background vehicle, so it rates one star.



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dudley UK

2008-11-19 18:05

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1962 [RMC]

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vilero ES

2008-11-21 18:48

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dudley wrote 1962 [RMC]

one question: was RMC only for green lines?

Sunbar UK

2008-11-21 19:15

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Initially the RMCs were operated by Green Line, later London Country, but with the reduction of bus passenger numbers in the outer London areas in 1960s they were replaced with the one-man operated London Country Reliances RP in the 1970s.

The remainder were then sold onto London Transport some or all being used for training in the red livery I think.

http://www.countrybus.org/RMC/RMC.html

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In March 1989 the first six RMC 1456, 1458, 1461, 1490, 1496, and 1513 and later RMC1485 were refurbished for passenger work, repainted in red with gold lining, with standard 3-piece displays fitted at the front.

They were used as a crewed commuter service linking the new Docklands developments with Central London.

The description could look right I think for this bus?

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vilero ES

2008-11-21 22:21

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Sunbar wrote Initially the RMCs were operated by Green Line, later London Country, but....................
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In March 1989 the first six RMC 1456, 1458, 1461, 1490, 1496, and 1513 and later RMC1485 were refurbished for passenger work, repainted in red with gold lining, with standard 3-piece displays fitted at the front.
They were used as a crewed commuter service linking the new Docklands developments with Central London.
The description could look right I think for this bus?


Nobel Prize. Congratulations. :king:


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vilero ES

2008-11-22 19:35

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dudley wrote 1962 [RMC]
Sunbar wrote Initially the RMCs were operated by Green Line.................
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The description could look right I think for this bus

As dudley and Sunbar said: confirmed by "London Bus Page", RMC 1485.

Ddey65 US

2008-11-24 06:57

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You know what surprises me? SteveA should've jumped all over this one, but he didn't. I even sent him some copies of this bus.


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