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SHOWBUS AUSTRALIA BUS IMAGE GALLERY
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Firefly Scania K420EB Coach Concepts 55
"Miss Adventure" is seen in the entrance to the Maidstone depot.
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Firefly Scania K124EB Coach Concepts 12
February 29th 2012 and the new number 12, replacing the Volvo B12B, a Scania K124EB with Coach Concepts body is stopped for a near midnight refreshment break halfway between Melbourne and Adelaide.
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Firefly Scania K124EB Coach Concepts 12
Early on March 1st, passengers collect their luggage from 12 in Adelaide's new Bus Station. The coach has also taken the "Princess Melbourne" name from the Volvo and its registration 5512AO. It joined the fleet in 2007 but left in 2019 joinimg Seymour Passenger Service as 60 (BS04FB).
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Firefly Scania K124EB Coach Concepts 12
A different midnight refreshment stop was used on the return trip to Melbourne that night. The Greyhound Australia sticker in the window might be noticed. Competition on express routes is so diminished that Greyhound and Firefly were code sharing the service. Competition from low cost airlines has killed express coaching in Australia, the airfare often being less than that by road. Australia awaits its Megabus.
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Wynnes Coaches Scania K124EB Coach Concepts 11
Sister vehicle "Firefly's Flame", 40 (5540AO), had joined the fleet of Wynne's Coaches of Maffra. It was new in 2006 and is seen in Wynne's depot in May 2021 as their 11 (BS02UW).
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