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New liveries on Merseyside

3rd April 1970, Page 31
3rd April 1970
Page 31
Page 31, 3rd April 1970 — New liveries on Merseyside
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• The new liveries for buses being operated by Merseyside Passenger Transport Executive were announced on March 24.

Liverpool's 1000 buses will retain their green coat with cream finishings, and the new symbol of the MPTE will be cream.

The Wirral division's 400 vehicles in Birkenhead and Wallasey will be blue with abroad band of cream. This combines the old blue of Birkenhead Corporation and the cream of Wallasey. The MPTE symbol will again be painted in blue on the band near the front of the buses.

No change at Exeter

• With the takeover, on April 1, by Devon General of the Exeter City transport undertaking the traditional green livery of' the buses is being retained, with the city coat of arms and the single word "Exeter" incorporated. Only the legal lettering is changed to indicate the new ownership.


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