Hawkesford's International Group

Hawkesford's International
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Hawkesfords Mercedes Austral Denning Majestic
An early digital picture of a Hawkesford's International Austral Denning Majestic bodied Mercedes in Sydney, one of a number of secondhand Mercedes coaches the company operated.
Hawkesford's International Austral HD1 6545AO
This Austral HD1 coach had strayed as far as Flinders Street in Melbourne when seen in April 2010. However the coach has Victoria rego 6545AO. Hawkesford's also owned Deluxe Coaches in Melbourne, an operation they sold in November 2009. Oddly the coach is quoted as having been disposed of to Jetbus in 2007.
Hawkesford's International BCI 37
Bought new in 2007 was this 26 seat all BCI PK6930AT, 37 (TV5117) seen at Kingsford Smith International just before Christmas that year. The coach sports the new livery introduced for the expanded group which included Pleasure and Mosman Charter Buses.
Hawkesfords Pleasure Renault PR100.2 Ansair 77
Over that Christmas period there was a lot of track work done on Sydney's trains and a massive rail replacement service was centred on the city's Wynyard Station on the lines out to Chatswood. Pleasure's 77 (MO8982), an Ansair bodied Renault PR100.2, ex ACTION, Canberra, 688 (BUS688) in 2004 is seen on this operation. When the Hawkesford Group collapsed in 2011 it was sold to Kingsford Smith Transport as their 56 (TV5745) at auction.
Hawkesfords Pleasure Renault PR100.2 Ansair 79
Sister vehicle 79 (MO8971), ex ACTION 696 (BUS696) is seen on the same contract on the same day. It was later sold to MLC College in Burwood at auction and re-registered BJ08LQ.
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