AUSTRALIA BUS IMAGE GALLERY
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The bus fleet also adopted the new standard Grenda Group livery with this 1990 Volgren bodied B10M having been repainted in it in this April 2007 view. The bus, 309 (2409AO) was new as Frankston Passenger Services 9 (EKD333).
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Seen on the same day is former Frankston 11 (NHM311) a Volvo B10B now 311 (2411AO) dating from 1995.
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From a different generation is a Grenda "standard", a 2005 Volgren bodied Volvo B7RLE 319 (2406AO), seen at Frankston Station in October 2012.
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Volvo B7RLE is being led through Frankston by a seagull. The bus, seen in August 2008, was a transfer from the main Grenda fleet, hence its out of sequence number: 210 (5937AO).
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Another B7RLE transferred from Grenda and seen on the same day was 209 (4673AO), being chased by one of the Scania fronted Volgrens by Seaford Station.
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