Well, this issue finds us in the midst of a serious virus outbreak, encompassing self isolation, many working from home and so much more interrupting our everyday lives. There has been a noticeable downturn in mails and photographic contributions but as always we will do our best to provide a readable and interesting page.

A number of things in our area of interest make headline news. One particular item is the dramatic reduction in the share price of the major bus companies, with losses seeing share values drop by significant amounts varying between 50% and 75%, certainly unheard of in my lifetime. From time to time these prices rally momentarily but it is a portent of worrying times ahead. However as I write this on March 19th, bus company share prices have seen a very small recovery for the first time in several days.

I wonder how many watched the Panorama programme on the bus situation in England. The presenter made a journey from coast to coast starting on the North East Coast and ending in Blackpool. It was most interesting and gave rise to many thoughts to those of us old enough to remember nationalisation, privatisation and competition followed by efforts to replicate TfL London in our major cities in England.

I must thank those who have supported the page this week, as many of you may have little time for the luxury of photography and sightings.

I have changed the dividers I use following a comment that the one I used with the flashing star on a blue bar was very distracting. I wonder how many more of you also disliked this divider?

Finally and for the time of the Covid-19 crises I will include a section with as much local information as I can find. Not everyone may be interested but it does preserve a record of the current situation.

For the foreseeable future I intend recording items of specific note regarding COVID-19

Effects of the Coronavirus crisis:

The Senior Traffic Commissioner has made a short term change ins respect the licensing of bus and coach services.

Full announcement from the Senior Traffic Commissioner for Great Britain

25. Current legislation already allows operators to seek short notice dispensation from a traffic commissioner in certain emergencies. Traffic commissioners have a discretionary power (Regulation 7) to accept short notice applications for services and in particular: h) where the operator, due to circumstances he could not reasonably have foreseen, failed to make an application in sufficient time for the period of notice applicable; i) where an operator applies to register or vary a registration to meet an urgent or exceptional public passenger transport requirement.

26. In the event of widespread disruption operators who need to change their local bus service registrations at short notice will be encouraged to apply using those provisions which allow for circumstances that could not reasonably have been foreseen or to meet an urgent and exceptional public passenger transport requirement. Operators who need to change their local bus service registrations at short notice to allow for a temporary variation of services will be encouraged to apply using those provisions which allow for circumstances that could not reasonably have been foreseen or to meet an urgent and exceptional public passenger transport requirement. The temporary variation might be treated as akin to a holiday service, where the registration automatically reverts back to the original route timetable at the expiry of the given period.

I presume that these rules will apply to many of the bus service changes.

The Original London Sightseeing Tour, Big Bus and Golden Tours have been cancelled until further notice. The London Transport Museum is closed until further notice. London Underground is reported to be moving to a Saturday schedule on Mondays to Fridays.

The Megasightseeing operation will cease after Saturday 21 March.   The Heritage 15 will not now commence on 28 March.


It is noted services will operate significant timetables changes from March 23rd until further notice. More details are shown under the links below.




Oxford Bus/Carousel - X50 Launch update

Unfortunately, due to the current conditions related to COVID-19, the launch of the X50 airline service between High Wycombe, Maidenhead and Heathrow Airport will be delayed until May 17th 2020. The company remain very committed to the X50 project and are looking forward to beginning the service when conditions return to normal.

Reading Bus report :

Over the past few weeks customer numbers dropped two weeks ago by 5%, last week by 10% and 30% this week. This is doubtless reflected by many other companies.

From Monday 23 March Reading will be running a Saturday service on weekdays until further notice.


Latest news release from Stagecoach - March 20th


... and locally in Oxfordshire the following has been released late on publication day

March 19th 2020 


·  Measures reflect reduced travel and keeping key workers communities connected

·  Temporary reduced service to operate from 23rd March 23rd 2020

·  Changes follow new government advice on social contact + non-essential travel

·  Stagecoach support for national effort to help tackle challenging situation

·  Safety and well-being of customers and bus employees remains top priority

·  Full details of new timetables available online at stagecoachbus.com

Temporary changes to bus services in Oxfordshire are being introduced by Stagecoach from Monday 23rd March 2020 following new government advice around social contact and non-essential travel to help combat the coronavirus. 

A reduced timetable will operate across the region until further notice. The timetables have been carefully created to ensure that critical routes are maintained wherever possible. 

It follows extensive action by bus operators to enhance cleaning regimes and protect the safety and well-being of customers and bus workers. 

Separately, the bus and coach industry is also engaging with government to help ensure the long-term future of bus services, which are critical to the economy and local communities, is protected. 

Chris Coleman, Managing Director at Stagecoach in Oxfordshire, said: “Along with other bus operators and key sectors, we are working hard to support the national effort to tackle the current challenging situation.

"The safety of our customers and our employees is at the heart of everything we do. We also know that bus services play a vital role in keeping the country running and ensuring key sector personnel get to work.

“Following the latest government advice, we have reviewed our timetables and made temporary changes which reflect the reduced level of travel. Our objective has been to focus resources on where we know they are needed most at this time. 

“We are working hard to best maintain essential services, safeguard jobs and ensure the long-term sustainability of a sector which is central to our economy and communities. 

“We will continue to monitor the position, liaise closely with government and other authorities, and respond as appropriate to what is a dynamic situation.”

The majority of timetables will be running to a Sunday timetable with additional early morning journeys.

A full timetable with no reductions will continue to run on the 700, 800, 900, S7 and 14/14a to maintain frequent connections to the hospitals.

Information regarding Oxford Tube services will be announced shortly. 

Since the impact of the coronavirus in the UK, Stagecoach has implemented additional hygiene measures to protect passengers, frontline bus workers and office-based staff.  

In addition to well-established and rigorous cleaning regimes, there has been more frequent cleaning of main customer touch-points on buses, such as hand poles and grab rails.  

Customer services will be open for enquiries from 7am to 7pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 5pm weekends. Any changes to this will be published on our website and through social media. 

Customers can stay up to date with all the latest news from Stagecoach on Twitter @Stagecoach Ox or by signing up to their email mailing list. Full details will be made available online at stagecoachbus.com from Friday, March 20th. See link below.

Oxfordshire changes from March 23rd 2020


Message from the MD: "We’re still here to get you where you need to be"

We’ve been working very hard to keep our services running, whilst aiming to protect the safety of all customers and our people.

Following new government advice around social contact and non-essential travel to help combat the coronavirus, we’re introducing a special network which will operate from Monday 23 March 2020 until further notice. This is to ensure we can continue to serve those people who still have an essential need to travel.
We’re therefore offering any customers with a pre-booked ticket for travel between Monday 23 March and 20 April the choice of changing their booking, free of amendment fees. For those affected, you’ll receive an email with a link to use to rebook. Alternatively, should you wish to cancel and receive a refund – you’ll have the option to do this within the email too.

If you have a booked ticket for dates outside of the above timeframe (after 20 April) and wish to cancel, please contact our Customer Services Team on 0141 352 4444 or enquiries@megabus.com quoting your reference number and they will issue you with a redemption voucher valid for 12 months. Please note Customer Services are likely to be very busy, so please bear with us.

For those travelling with us, we continue to have a number of extra measures in place:

• Enhanced cleaning regimes on board our coaches, with particular focus on handles, tables and all customer touch points.

• Encouraging good hand hygiene for all of our staff in line with advice from Public Health England.

• Enhanced cleaning regime at stations and travel centres that we operate.

Our website is being updated regularly, so please check our service alerts for the most up-to-date information, along with our @megabusuk twitter account.

I hope that for customers who absolutely need to travel, we’re still able to help. For anyone else, we’ll miss seeing you on board until such time as government advice changes. Thanks for understanding and best wishes to all.


Timetable changes are to take affect from February 23rd with many routes and services affected.  Check the website above and follow its links for more services.

There are many changes to services and the link below will let you see which services are running after Monday, March 23rd 2020.


Announcement re upcoming trip on an Olympian

Chris Martin


Chris writes saying "my planned trip to Cheney Coaches for their ex Isle of Man Leyland Olympians has been POSTPONED until Saturday 6th June owning to ongoing situation."

We will of course update readers on this page of developments.

Gavin Francis visits Turnpike Lane and Finsbury Park on February 13th

Gavin spent a pleasant day recording events at these two locations and I am including some of the 107 pictures he took.

On March 7th the 444 was taken over by Go Ahead with a mix of new electric E200EVs and old diesel E200s. This operates between Turnpike Lane and Chingford.

This is the brand new 20 plate BYD electric, SEe112 ready to work a 444 duty at Turnpike Lane on March 13th recorded by Gavin
Arriva E200s ENN49 and ENN54 working the W4 at Turnpike Lane. I think some might refer to these buses as "sweet little"!

A route not featured very often in these pages, the 67 with Arriva LT231 at Turnpike Lane.

GAL's SEe67 outside Finsbury Park Station with a 153 service.

StreetLite WS135 with a 232 rotation at Turnpike Lane.

Tower StreetLite WV46210 with a 236 service at Finsbury Park

A new Thames Valley book from Paul Lacey


Celebrating the centenary since the formation of the Thames Valley Traction Co. Ltd. on 10th July 1920 in a selection of photos from the foremost collection on that operator and its subsidiaries Newbury & District and South Midland and its many competitors.

The pages take the reader over the wide area of operations by the ‘Valley during the years 1920 to 1971, and also the variety of vehicles employed from the solid-tyred Thornycroft J-types through to the
final intakes of Bristol chassis, including the various second-hand purchases during the 1959-1971 period, all of which added greater variety and interest.

Within its 144 A4 perfect bound pages are 330 monochrome photos and 100 in colour, previously un-published, each with a fully-detailed caption.

Send your cheque for £23 for this post-free offer to:
Paul Lacey, 17 Sparrow Close, Woosehill, Wokingham, Berkshire, RG41 3HT
If you prefer to collect your copy please call me on 0118 979 4097 to set up a mutually-convenient time.

Still available:

Thames Valley, 1920-1930 (cover price £15) £13
Thames Valley, 1931-1945 (£25) £13
Thames Valley, 1946-1960 (£25) £13

Please mention The Oxford Chiltern Bus Page when  ordering.

North of the Border with Gordon Scott

Two shots from March 13th of First West England New Scania N280UD Alexander Dennis Enviro 400 City CBG, seen Falkirk on there delivery run. 39468 & 39469.


Taken at Picardy Place Edinburgh on March 14th of Border Buses 12004 - YX20ODP Alexander Dennis Enviro 200 MMC. Seen on route 253.

12004 - YX20ODP
YX20ODK AD E20D SFDDWCBR9KGY27852 AD K238/01 B38F 3/2020 Borders Buses 12001
YX20ODM AD E20D SFDDWCBR9KGY27856 AD K238/02 B38F 3/2020 Borders Buses 12002
YX20ODN AD E20D SFDDWCBR9KGY27855 AD K238/03 B38F 3/2020 Borders Buses 12003
YX20ODP AD E20D SFDDWCBR9KGY27859 AD K238/04 B38F 3/2020 Borders Buses 12004
YX20ODR AD E20D SFDDWCBR9KGY27860 AD K238/05 B38F 3/2020 Borders Buses 12005
YX20ODS AD E20D SFDDWCBR9KGY27864 AD K238/06 B38F 3/2020 Borders Buses 12006
YX20ODT AD E20D SFDDWCBR9KGY27865 AD K238/07 B38F 3/2020 Borders Buses 12007
YX20ODU AD E20D SFDDWCBR9KGY27867 AD K238/08 B38F 3/2020 Borders Buses 12008
YX20ODV AD E20D SFDDWCBR9KGY27869 AD K238/09 B38F 3/2020 Borders Buses 12009
YX20ODW AD E20D SFDDWCBR9KGY27853 AD K238/10 B38F 3/2020 Borders Buses 12010

Pictures from Friday, March 20th at ADL, Falkirk

Gordon visited Falkirk today, Friday and has sent some interesting pictures of a new bus for Manchester complete in the new livery.

A new MMC on a test run at Falkirk on March 20th which we understand is part of an order for Manchester.

Gordon also remarks that Lothian are modifying their livery with the removal of the lower gold lining as shown in the pictures below of 419 and 420.

Pictures taken by Gordon on March 19th. 

Fleet news and developments

It is noted under The Coronavirus item above that services will operate significant service changes from March 23rd until further notice.

Arriva Beds & Bucks

From today, March 20th, concessionary passes can be used at any time on Arriva bus services. Whilst we recommend current government guidelines should be followed, we want to ensure we are supporting our communities.

Paul Swann of Arriva has provided full details of the Tourismo coaches for the new 720 service from Stansted to Liverpool Street.

Chassis No Body No Reg. No. Fleet No Vehicle Make / Model
WEB41054523001825 BB4105450297 BV20 HRA 7200 Tourismo 15 RHD RL COACH
WEB41054523001826 BB4105450298 BV20 HRC 7201 Tourismo 15 RHD RL COACH
WEB41054523001827 BB4105450299 BV20 HRD 7202 Tourismo 15 RHD RL COACH
WEB41054523001828 BB4105450300 BV20 HRE 7203 Tourismo 15 RHD RL COACH
WEB41054523001829 BB4105450301 BV20 HRF 7204 Tourismo 15 RHD RL COACH
WEB41054523001830 BB4105450302 BV20 HRG 7205 Tourismo 15 RHD RL COACH
WEB41054523001831 BB4105450303  BV20 HRJ 7206 Tourismo 15 RHD RL COACH
WEB41054523001832 BB4105450304  BV20 HRK 7207 Tourismo 15 RHD RL COACH
WEB41054523001833 BB4105450305  BV20 HRL 7208 Tourismo 15 RHD RL COACH
WEB41054523001834 BB4105450306  BV20 HRM 7209 Tourismo 15 RHD RL COACH
WEB41054523001835 BB4105450307  BV20 HRN 7210 Tourismo 15 RHD RL COACH
WEB41054523001836 BB4105450308  BV20 HRO 7211 Tourismo 15 RHD RL COACH
WEB41054523001837 BB4105450309  BV20 HRP 7212 Tourismo 15 RHD RL COACH
WEB41054523001838 BB4105450310 BV20 HRR 7213 Tourismo 15 RHD RL COACH
WEB41054523001839 BB4105450311 BV20 HRU 7214 Tourismo 15 RHD RL COACH
WEB41054523001840 BB4105450312 BV20 HRW 7215 Tourismo 15 RHD RL COACH

Despite our report last week that all the Temsas had now arrived, a 757 coach was seen working the 758 on March 10th by Gavin Francis.

Tony Bungay

As it is Green Line 90 this year, are you planning to do any photo features on it, past and present, I know it is not exactly a milestone, but it is anybody’s guess whether the brand will still be in use for the 100th

Like a number of your contributors I can supply some photos if required going back, in my case the early 1980’s.

Now I am not aware of any special item, maybe readers can let me know and indeed let's put something together for the 90th.

Pictures by MC

Two interesting pictures of The Eden Bus Station on Tuesday 17th showing the variety to be seen at certain times.

More interesting at the Cressex depot shows that many of the fleet were out operating a full service.

VDL 4819 was in the yard looking care work and lopsided but probably fit for service.

A source of spares is continued with 2708 and 3862 in the yard ready to donate.

A more complete picture of New Adventure 2880 still waiting for something to happen!!
I now understand that there was a plan to use this coach for driver training but it has not materialised.

Nick Ross

Hope you are keeping well, troubled times. A photo from Wing for you. Good to see deckers back on this route after a long absence.

 Z & S Trident  LN51KYH on the 1340 165 Leighton Buzzard -Aylesbury on March 11th 2020.

It is noted under The Coronavirus item above that services will operate significant service changes from March 23rd until further notice.


There is a recent allocation list but this is now rather out of date. We may expect this to change by April.


Timetable changes

From Sunday, March 29th 2020, we will be making further improvements to the Chiltern Hundreds 102 service. Late night journeys will be extended to serve High Wycombe for the first time.

During the day, the service will continue to operate up to every hour between High Wycombe, Beaconsfield, South Bucks and Heathrow Airport.

Due to the current reduction in service this could be postponed.

Other developments are:

Coaches 67, 68, 69 and 70 are now in the X50 livery and all except 69 have operated the 102 night service in recent days.

The Citaros on loan from Go East Anglia are now entering service with 884, 886 and 887 now in service with 885 still to start.

Citaros 876 and 877 are now with Thames Travel, leaving 878 still to move. It has not been recorded in service with Carousel since March 3rd.

Richard Griffin sent a nice picture saying "Here's unbranded coach 63 at 0621hrs last Friday morning (March 13th) with the 102 to High Wycombe -- not sure whether this is one that runs from Oxford or whether this coach is now in the Carousel fleet but awaiting repaint?"

Yes it is a night service one and is run by Oxford crews. Interestingly coach 38 worked the same duty on March 18th to High Wycombe, then dead to Oxford for the 0915 to Gatwick!!!  To my knowledge that is a first for the Tourismo fleet on the 102?

Picture by MC

887 had a couple of rest days but is now back in service, on March 18th
 working the ONE to Chesham and later the 105 to Hemel Hempstead.

886 is seen on March 20th being readied at the depot for its day's work, note the livery variation!

It is noted under The Coronavirus item above that services will operate significant service changes from March 23rd until further notice.

Pictures from Gavin Francis

Airline 22 is seen leaving Oxford for Heathrow on March 10th.

6 road sees double decks quite often now. Above is 351 on March 11th.

One time member of the Wycombe Bus fleet, 219 is seen with a 2 road service on March 11th.
Of course being unbranded it can move to any of the three companies as required!

These StreetDecks have proved popular on the Park & Ride services with 664 seen above with a 300 road service on March 11th.

Pictures from Jack Cooper

StreetDeck 691 seen in The High working 4 road on March 18th by Jack Cooper.

Those below taken on March 11th.

Oxford Bus Company 674 on Park and Ride 500 to Oxford Rail Station 

Oxford Bus Company 227 on a City2B service to City Centre 

Oxford Bus Company 666 on Park and Ride 300 to City & Redbridge

Oxford Bus Company 656 on a City 5 service to Blackbird Leys, pictured at Frideswide Square.

Oxford Bus Company 670 on Park and Ride 500 to Rail Station, note Oxford bound journeys from Oxford Parkway
 show "Rail Station" with the British Rail logo and workings from Woodstock show "Oxford Railway Station"

Oxford Bus Company 219 on City2 to Oxford City, 219 isn't tracking on bustimes or the app,
others not tracking include 659 and 691 (both StreetDecks, 659 is City 5 and 691 is City 8 & 9) 

Oxford Bus Company 677 on Park and Ride 300 to City & Redbridge

Pictures by Jack Cooper taken on March 11th.

City Sightseeing 201 on a Live Guide tour
I've always had a smile inside me that the guide should be alive! Maybe "Professional Guide on board" would be better?

City Sightseeing 204 on a University & City Tour, note the placement of the front fleet number is on the left instead of the right

It is noted under The Coronavirus item above that services will operate significant service changes from March 23rd until further notice.

Jack Cooper notes that coach 71 X90LON was working the Airline services on March 19th. This coach is now fully liveried for the Airline service.

Omar Smith

I am an occasional spotter (and part-time stage carriage Driver) with an interest in the local area. I indulge occasionally in local services and heritage, and am self-teaching photography. 

Today I was taken by surprise, as I spotted COMS coach 68 making progress through High Wycombe town centre, so I ran back to my van to head it off!

68 is now in her new X50 Airline livery and was running driver route-learning prior to the start of the service.

I didn't have my "proper" camera with me as I was in my company van, but nonetheless did my best to get some reasonable shots of the coach - I suspect I may be the first to catch one of the X50 vehicles in livery in town so thought I'd send them over!

Much appreciated Omar, some excellent pictures from an less than usual angle. 68 had been on the night 102 earlier in the day but somewhat before many were about. 

It is noted under The Coronavirus item above that services will operate significant service changes from March 23rd until further notice.

Citaros 876 and 877 are now here from Carousel, leaving 878 still to move. It has not been recorded in service with Carousel since March 3rd. 

Stansted's SH288 seen working an inbound A7 by Gavin Francis on March 10th. No fleet number can be seen?

Skills BV19XPP heading for and parked on Elizabeth Bridge on March 11th, seen by Gavin Francis.
The rear advertising is rather unusual.

It is noted under The Coronavirus item that services will operate to a Saturday frequency from March 23rd until further notice. 

It is noted under The Coronavirus item above that services will operate significant service changes from March 23rd until further notice.

Graham Mildenhall

In Wantage for their strong Beer Festival on March 14th, I travelled from Oxford on Stagecoach S3 Chipping Norton route branded 15834. It posed in the Market Place when I arrived, so thought I best take a picture. Pleased you did Graham.


Gold 15834 working the S8 in Wantage on March 14th by Graham Mildenhall.

Pictures from Gavin Francis

Gold 10779 is seen by Debenhams with a nr 2 to Kidlington provide some additional luxury for customers on March 11th.

Gold 15833 is seen with a nr. 7 which is often worked by the Chipping Norton based vehicles and crews.
It is ready for a trip to Woodstock on March 11th.

MMCs 11239 and 11247 are seen working S1 duties on March 10th.

E200 36762. nominally allocated to Witney is seen with an appropriate super rear at the Oxford depot on March 9th.

Pictures from Jack Cooper taken on March 11th

Jack as provided some pictures of day to day operations in the centre of Oxford. Each has its own particular interest.

E200 36932 on route 14 to Oxford Rail Station.

Now old livery 10675 on a 2A service to City Centre

Now old livery 10680 on route S5 to Bicester

Gold 15756 on an S3 service to Oxford

Gold 15757 on an S5 service to Oxford Rail Station

Gold 15934 on an S5 service to Oxford  

The company has advised that it has taken the decision to cancel the planned vintage running day and family event that it had been planning to hold in Cheltenham on Saturday May 16th 2020. It is hoped that it may be possible to reschedule the event for later in the year.

Look out for more Dart SLFs arriving here. We understand that 34562 and 35190, which are soon to be stood down at Stagecoach Cumbria & North Lancashire  will be assessed for transfer to this fleet.

At the time of publishing this page the temporary timetable was unavailable. Friday March 20th - 2100.

Currently still working normal service the tube is now awaiting the arrival of its new fleet. One will have to wait and see if current circumstances result in any delays?

Here ex megabus 50246 is seen leaving London for Oxford by Gavin Francis on March 11th. 

Whilst the M11 is, I am advised, rostered for a Panorama, this does not stop Astromegas appearing from time to time.

Above is the rear view of 50287, seemingly a long way off route and one notes SYD has still not left the building!!!!
Gavin Francis caught up with the coach in GLCS on March 10th.

From Gavin Francis in Florida taken on March 19th

Taken at the Van Hool facility in Clermont, Florida.

This one is ex megabus and looks clean and tidy for the next user.

This one maybe also be ex megabus but if so has been repainted red.

Smaller operators and London developments 

Premier Transport's Van Hool YJ19AXF in St. Giles Oxford on March 11th by Gavin Francis.

Gavin Francis

Whilst we have shown pictures of LT55 on the offside Gavin has now provided a nearside picture as well, seen here on March 10th.

Metroline's Volvo Wright's VWH2429 waits its next working on the 52 with a North Face wrap on March 9th.

From Gary Seamarks

Stagecoach London 29202, a new BYD 'Milk float'. I would assume its just left Millbrook on its way to London. It is seen almost at Junc. 13 of the M1 on the old A421 a route often used for vehicles leaving the facility. We were both caught at traffic lights, and my wife managed a phone shot of it hence low-res.

BYD-29202-LF20XKP-headin for London from Millbrook on March 18th by Gary Seamarks.


When I had occasion to need some photographs recently I was delighted to find just what I needed on The Transport Library Web Site. The collection is significant and if you do use the site please mention the Oxford Chiltern Bus Page.

Robin who runs the site wrote to me:

"I was recently put in touch with a local transport photographic image company called Kezlan Images. They run two sites – the Transport Library and The Transport Treasury. Together they provide over 200,000 images to purchase with both Road and Rail transport from the UK and overseas. I was drawn mainly to the Transport Library as this site has a larger volume of Bus images. In particular they offer the images from J S Cockshott, Geoffrey Morant and also several photographers who left their collection to the Omnibus Society. Started in 2012 the Transport Library started as a way of marketing Russell Fell’s large collection of London Country and London Transport Images. This collection alone numbers around 25,000 and contains a great many shots from the local area. From there though they have picked up other collections plus run a service for individuals and societies to market images on their behalf in exchange for royalty payments. The site is well worth a look as there are images from a wide variety of operators from across the country, so there should be something for everyone. Kezlan Images also buy transport photographic collections, and have started to move into publishing through the Transport Treasury brand. Currently the books they have produced are based on rail subjects, but they hope to move into road matters in the near future." 

I would note that prices are most reasonable for the photographs, especially if one take the Digital images.

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