Wednesday, 18 March 2015

Variations on a Theme

Former Whittle Dennis Dart W468 UAG making its service debut in orange and turquoise on 18th March
Former Whittle Dennis Dart W468 UAG entered service today in a new variation of the orange and turquoise livery of Catch22Bus Ltd. Until its repaint the bus initially ran in the green and white colour scheme of its previous operator. The new livery style differs slightly from previous repaints, with the dividing line between the two colours now being at 45 degrees. With Dart X186 CTG still carrying its Cardiff Bus livery, complete with Welsh dragons, there are now several variations of orange and turquoise livery to be seen in action with Catch22Bus.

Former Whittle Dennis Dart W468 UAG on its first run of the day in the newly painted orange and turquoise livery
Former Diamond Bus Dennis Dart V658 HEC on Talbot Road, showing the original Catch22Bus livery style
Former Cardiff Dennis Dart X186 CTG still in Cardiff Bus livery, complete with a Welsh dragon at the rear of the bus
Ex Whittle Dennis Dart W468 UAG while still in green and white, inbound along Poulton Road in Layton on service 6
 

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