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Dysons Buses Miscellany
Dysons has an impressive facility at 121 McKimmies Road, Bundoora in north Melbourne. There were also depots at Winnellie in Darwin, Alice Springs, Moama in New South Wales and Bairnsdale, Kyneton, Leongatha and Wodonga in Victoria. Bundoora houses the main workshops where major work and servicing is carried out for the whole fleet, including Cobbs. The building with the angled windows displays an old Bedford bus.
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The Bedford sports fleet number 9. Dysons started in 1952 and the Bedford must date from around 1960 but there may have been more than nine buses pass through the fleet by that date.
 
 
This Hino Rainbow, seen at Moonee Ponds in 2008 not long after acquisition with the business of Northern Bus Lines in July, where it was 41 (0980AO). Before that it was 100 (0100AC) with Australian Coach Travel of Highett, Victoria and 57 (DPH919) with Australian Pacific Tours (APT). It was being used for driver changeover runs, here serving Mercedes/Volgren bus 422 (0971AO), also ex Northern (26).
 
 


This 1995 Mercedes O400/Volgren is seen at Melbourne's Tullamarine Airport working on the Qantas staff shuttle contract in August 2004 - Dysons 197 (4020AO).
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A more standard Dysons' Scania/Volgren, 294 (4034AO) is at work at the airport in August 2008.
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Dysons Buses Miscellany


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