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. and Reynard Pullman moves in

8th March 1990, Page 21
8th March 1990
Page 21
Page 21, 8th March 1990 — . and Reynard Pullman moves in
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• York City independent operator Reynard Pullman plans a major assault on York City services, following the sale of its coaching business to Kingston-upon-Hull City Transport.

The sale has recreated the York Pullman Coach company, which will be run as part of KHCT's Kingstonian coach operation. The 20 coaches that have been taken over will operate from Reynard's Stamford Bridge site. Kingstonian now runs 40 vehicles on the mainland with 20 on the Continent. Reynard will concentrate entirely on local work, operating from its York depot. The company already runs a number of rural routes: commercial city routes were launched in January with full-size vehicles. Managing director David Marsh aims to become the largest conventional bus operator in the city.


People: David Marsh
Locations: Kingston, York City

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