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Running empty through the Redcliffe Peninsula and back to the depot, doubtless after a school run, is 51 (051PMW), the first of four ex Tokyo Expo Volvo B10MLs owned. The first three passed to Sisil's.
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Seen on a school run on the same day in late July 2004 is sister bendi 53 (053PMW).
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Hornibrook Volvo B10ML Fuji
An unidentified Volvo B10ML caught moments earlier on school work, where the 69 seats come into their own.
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In common with many Australian fleets, and especially so in Queensland, Logan Coaches had Japanese Expo Volvo B10ML artics with Fuji bodies. This one, 35 (897LKT), was first in service with Hornibrook was acquired from Transitplus in Adelaide, which probably makes it the bus which did not go to Sisil. It is seen in the depot in 2009 and was still in the fleet in 2015 whereas the second, acquired from Park Ridge Transport had been used in Melbourne by Invicta, and before that the MET, was only used for parts.
 

Seen later in the Clontarf yard was 12 (012DRJ), an AB Denning Vario bodied Mercedes 814D, eight years old at the time. It has since reversed its fleet number to 21 with Emerson's Bus Company of Malanda.
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