Trax
Trax produce a range of models of classic Australian buses alongside diecast models of other commercial vehicles in their Trux range. The company also produce larger scale models of Australian classic cars, principally from the Holden and Ford ranges. All models are produced in a particular livery in finite numbers, so once sold out it is highly unlikely that more will follow, though each casting is presented in a sequence of different liveries. Visit their website to buy the latest models on line.

We have tried to gather details of all models produced and will add more as these as they become known. Missing series are truck models, eg TX4. A couple of images are linked from their host sites eg Flickr and Sydney Bus Museum's on-line shop, busshop.net, a good source of models no longer stocked by Trax.

Model TX1 series Daimler CV

TX1 Daimler CV
TX1 Daimler CV. Sydney 2670 (MO2670) doubledeck on route 229 to Taronga Zoo.
Picture courtesy of Stephen Hayes
Trux TX1B Daimler CV
TX1B Daimler CV. Sydney 2700 (MO2700) doubledeck on route 175 to Wynyard.
Picture courtesy of Stephen Hayes
TX1C Daimler CV
TX1C Daimler CV. Sydney 2661 (MO2661) doubledeck on route to Manly Wharf.
Picture courtesy of Stephen Hayes

Model TX2 series Albion CX19

Albion CX10 TX2 Palm Beach
TX2 Albion CX19. Sydney green and cream doubledeck 1921 (MO1921) on route 190 to Palm Beach.
Picture courtesy of Stephen Hayes
TX2B Albion CX19
TX2B Albion CX19. Sydney 2127 (MO2127) doubledeck on route 394 to La Perouse.
Picture courtesy of Stephen Hayes
TX2C Albion CX19
TX2C Albion CX19 based on MO1615, a pre-war bus, the model carries the engine side-cover, omitted on post war buses.
Picture courtesy of Stephen Hayes
TX2D Albion CX19
TX2D Albion CX19. Sydney 1877 (MO1877) doubledeck on route 182 to Narrabeen.
Picture courtesy of Stephen Hayes
TX2E Albion CX19
TX2E Albion CX19. Sydney 1981 (MO1981) doubledeck on route 273 to Chatswood.
Picture courtesy of Stephen Hayes
TX2F Albion CX19
TX2F Albion CX19. Sydney 552 (MO1552) doubledeck on route 225 to Balmoral.
Picture courtesy of Stephen Hayes

Model TX3 series Leyland Titan TD1

Leyland Titan
TX3 Leyland Titan, registration number mo554. Route 160 to Bondi Beach North and Bondi Junction. (Fred Stewart Bus Company).
Leyland Titan
TX3B Leyland Titan, registration number mo402. Route 88 between Enfield and Sydney. (Metropolitan Omnibus Transport Company).
Leyland Titan
TX3C Leyland Titan, registration number mo841. Route 62 to Sutherland. Cronulla (F.J. Bardsley).
Leyland Titan
TX3D Leyland Titan, registration number mo601. Route 237 between Brighton Le Sands And Railway via Darlinghurst, Kensington and Daceyville. (South Sydney Bus Company).
Leyland Titan
TX3E Leyland Titan, registration number mo1009. Route 392 to Woolloomooloo. (NSW Dept of Road Transport & Tramways).
Leyland Titan
TX3F Leyland Titan, registration number mo1009. Route 992 Drummoyne. (NSW Dept of Road Transport & Tramways).

Model TX5 series Leyland Titan OPD2

TX5 Leyland Titan
TX5 Leyland Titan, Sydney 2496 destination Circular Quay.
Picture courtesy of Stephen Hayes
Leyland Titan
TX5B Leyland Titan, Newcastle version with synchro transmission, no power front door. Destination SWANSEA on route 348. Green radiator, cream roof, cream wheel rims faithfully reproduced.
Image courtesy of Keith Weblin
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TX5C Leyland Titan. Sydney 2769 (MO2769).
Leyland Titan
TX5D Leyland Titan, Chapmans Bus Service, on route 12 to BHP Steelworks.
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TX5E Leyland Titan. Sydney 2747 (MO2747) on route 422 to Tempe Depot.

Model TX6 series AEC Regent III

TX6 AEC Regent III
TX6 AEC Regent III. Sydney 2347 (MO2347) on route 500 to Ryde.
Picture courtesy of Stephen Hayes
TX6B Kings Cross
TX6B AEC Regent III. Sydney 2272 (MO2272) on route to Kings Cross.
Picture courtesy of Stephen Hayes
AEC Regent
TX6C AEC Regent III. Rover Motors 26 (MO4559) on route to Cessnock.
Thanks to Trev for the photo
AEC Regent
TX6D AEC Regent III Sydney 2420 (MO2420) on route to North Bondi.
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TX6E AEC Regent III. Linseys Motor Services MO5427 on route 17 to Wallsend.
AEC Regent
TX6F AEC Regent III Road Runner Tours of Wangi NSW ex DGT with air operated power front door. Destination Morriset.
AEC Regent
TX6G AEC Regent III Sydney DGT 1792 (mo1792) with original 1940s canvas front door. This was the first preselector transmission AEC Regent to enter service in Sydney, 1947. The actual bus is preserved in restored condition at Sydney Bus Museum. Destination 433 Balmain.
Sydney AEC Regent NSW State Transit
TRAX TX6H AEC Regent III NSW State Transit.
Our only AEC Regent in NSW State Transit blue and white. The AEC Regent was the most popular double decker to be built in NSW with 359 chassis' imported. Route 396 takes passengers from Circular Quay in the CBD to Maroubra Beach in Sydney's South, via Kingsford and Maroubra Junction.
This will be our first and last AEC Regent in NSW Transit blue and white. RELEASED MARCH 2013
Stradbroke Island Holidays AEC Regent
TX6J The AEC Regent - having fun in the sun!
The AEC Regent was the most popular double decker bus in NSW, but some did find their way north of the border. Holiday makers visiting the Gold Coast from 1974 to 1979 will recall these vibrant ex-government double decker buses making regular pick up services between the resorts and hotels to the Stradbroke Island ferry terminal. For many tourists, just riding on these eye-catching workhouses was an adventure in itself. This latest double decker is the first Trux AEC Regent to appear with all-over livery. Get a taste of the sunshine today with this amazing release of the Stradbroke Holiday Services bus. It's bound to stand out in your collection! RELEASED JUNE 2013.
Sydney AEC Regent III Double Decker TX6K
Trax TX6K Sydney AEC Regent III Double Decker
These were the most popular basis for double deck bus building in NSW with 359 chassis imported. These chassis carried similar bodywork to the Leylands but looked more distinguished due to their distinctive divided radiator and plated surround. With views straight up the harbour to the Opera House and the city, Watsons Bay has always been a popular destination for tourists coming to Sydney. The AEC Regent was a bit of a handful along the busy New South Head Rd but unlike the runners in the annual City to Surf, Heartbreak Hill was no problem for the old girl who took the climb in her stride. Featuring the later model pneumatic front door, this little piece of Sydney's history will not last long, with only strictly limited numbers available.

Model TX7 series Leyland Tiger OPS2

Sydney TX7 Bankstown
TX7 Sydney Leyland Tiger OPS2, Rego MO2627 on route 487 to Bankstown.
Picture courtesy of Stephen Hayes
Leyland Tiger
TX7B Leyland Tiger DGT 2599 (mo2599) 'Frog' 31-seater so-called by staff for their ugliness. Built in 1952. Destination 409 ROOKWOOD.
Picture courtesy of Steve Lemke
Leyland Tiger
TX7C Leyland Tiger "Frog" 31-sesater depicting those loaned to Canberra Buses after a fire in their depot on route 40 to BELCONNEN.
Leyland Tiger
TX7D Leyland Tiger "Frog" Rozelle Bus Service mo0127 on route 129 to Rozelle.
Leyland Tiger
TX7E Leyland Tiger DGT "Frog" on route 138 to Warringah Mall, Rego MO2623.
Leyland Tiger
TX7F Leyland Tiger "Frog" Newcastle version with upswept cream and black waistbands, cream wheel rims and green radiator shell on route 322 to Redhead, this model is 'Pay as you Enter'.

Model TX9 series Denning doubledeck monocoach

Denning doubledeck
TX9 Denning decker coach. Our first Denning Double Decker Coach. In the 1980s Denning invested some $1.5 million to develop a double decker coach that would be best suited to Australia's rugged operating conditions. The Denning offered coach operators high capacity loading, panoramic viewing and an optional driver's bunk and change area. Today the double decker coach is still used extensively throughout Australia for sightseeing tours, although interstate express travel dropped off significantly with the introduction of low cost airline travel. This debut release features the bold livery of the famous Gray Line model, which can still be seen in operation today. Gray Line Australia is a long established, Australian owned premium sightseeing company associated with Gray Line Worldwide. Worldwide release quantity was just 2000 models.
This outstanding Trux Denning Double Decker release features:
Finely detailed driver's console, accurately angled top front window and windscreen, tinted side windows, that great icon of Aussie motoring: the bullbar, the distinctive big blue and red stripes of the Gray Line livery and the Aussie flag is proudly displayed.
Considerable interest in this model is also expected from international collectors, so hurry, because just 2000 units of this milestone Denning release have been produced.
Denning doubledeck
TX9B Denning decker coach in Firefly livery destination Melbourne.
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TX9C Denning decker coach. Deluxe Coachlines 189 (MO454) on route to Sydney.
Denning doubledeck
TX9D Tasman Redline Coaches Denning decker coach.
In the late eighties the Denning was released when the nation was facing pilot strikes, airlines closing and rail routes being decommissioned. In this environment the luxury coach industry took off with new express coaches everywhere along our major highways. Tasmanian Redline Coaches is renowned for taking travellers between major cities and boasts one of the highest safety records in the country. This latest release from Trux has recaptured the Redline livery from the eighties and make a welcome addition to your Denning collection.
TX09E TransPerth Denning Double Decker Coach
TX9E TransPerth Denning Double Decker Coach.
The TransPerth bus that becomes a train.
As Perth's metropolitan area continued to expand over the years, the need for improved public transport led to the commencement of the TransPerth rail link to the southern satellite town of Mandurah, about an hour south of the Perth CBD. During the construction of this rail line a number of bus services were put in place, including the famous 'Watch this bus become a train' Denning double decker coach freeway service. Covered on both sides with a livery depicting the soon-to-arrive metrorail train, this slogan became a dominant sight along the southern route. Now, Trux have reproduced this original artwork in a sensational display of all-over livery from the 2000s era. Model released July 2012
Ballarat Coachlines Denning doubledeck
TX09F Ballarat Coachlines Denning doubledeck.
The Denning Double Decker, now even more detailed! Ballarat Coachlines continues to be one of Victoria's premier bus companies and their striking green and white livery can be seen up and down highways across the 'Garden State'. Trux now introduces detailed side mirrors and a Ringfeder tow hitch. More details for the same price! RELEASE APRIL 2013

Model TX10 series Leyland Atlantean MCW

Leyland Atlantean
TX10 Leyland Atlantean in Eggins Comfort Coaches of Taree, NSW livery. After a hard day at Taree High School, what better way was there to let off steam with classmates than a rowdy ride home upstairs in the Eggins' Coach. Formerly Ribble 1971, this Leyland Atlantean double decker was imported to New South Wales from the England in 1976. This model even includes the words 'Big Bob' above the front number plate, naming the bus after the 6ft 4" tall driver of the same name.
Joyces Leyland Atlantean
TX10B Leyland Atlantean in Joyce's of Bellingen, NSW livery.
Photo courtesy of Model Bus Zone
Leyland Atlantean
TX10C Leyland Atlantean. In the seventies Kirkland Bros of Lismore pioneered the use of second-hand Atlanteans sourced from the UK and at one stage had ten such units. This colourful livery was seen in and around the towns of the far North Coast region of NSW. Only 1000 models have been produced.

Model TX11 series Leyland National

Surfside Leyland National
TX11 Leyland National. Surfside Bus Company 11.3m model, one of the few models this length in Austrlia. Registered 626DMD the bus is on the Surfside to Tweedhead route, serving the Gold Coast.
Melbourne MTT Leyland National
TX11B Leyland National. Melbourne MTT's 821 (IAC821) on route 277 to Melbourne via Templestowe. This 10.3m model represents an actual 10.9m model. To meet Australian legal requirements on vehicle length half a standard 11.3m model and half a 10.3m model were joined to make a 10.9m bus.
Hobart MTT Leyland National
TX11C Leyland National. Trux Models' first Tasmanian bus! Hobart's Metropolitan Transport Trust operating 62 Leyland Nationals from 1975 onwards. Trux adds to its exciting range with 603 (GT8236) on route 4 to West Hobart. This is a 10.3m model representing 10.9m.
Bunbury Leyland National
TX11D Leyland National. Bunbury City Transit TC2094 on route 701 to Australind. This is an 11.3m model representing 10.9m.
Perth MTT Leyland National
TX11E Leyland National. MTT Perth. This is an 11.3m model representing 10.9m.
ACTION Leyland National
TX11F 1972 Leyland National. ACTION Buses of Canberra.
Government operated bus services for the general public in Canberra commenced on the 19th July 1926. The Federal Capital Commission operated four buses on different routes between Ainslie in the north and Eastlake in the south. Seventy Leyland National 10.9m buses arrived in Canberra between 1974 and 1975 to meet the demands of new routes and improved timetables. By 1977 the nation's capital had a comprehensive metropolitan system and was re-branded ACTION, which is an acronym for: Australian Capital Territory Internal Omnibus Network. This is an 11.3m model representing 10.9m.

Model TX12 series Leyland Tiger TS8

Melbourne Leyland Tiger
TX12 Leyland Tiger. Melbourne 119 (AT119) on route to Collingwood.
Melbourne Leyland Tiger
TX12B Leyland Tiger. Melbourne 117 (272-117) route to Port Melbourne.

Model TX13 series Leyland Titan TD5C

Melbourne Leyland Titan
TX13 Leyland Titan. Melbourne Metropolitan & Tramways Board 245 (AT245) on route to Clifton Hill.

Model TX14 series Mercedes Minibus

Surfside Mercedes minibus
TX14 Mercedes minibus of Surfside Bus Company on route 20 to Pacific Fair.
Toronto Mercedes minibus
TX14B Mercedes minibus of Toronto Bus Service 18 (MO9615) on the Toronto Train route.
Shorelink Mercedes minibus
TX14C Mercedes minibus. Shorelink 73 (mo8384). Shorelink is now owned by Transdev and is based on Sydney's north shore. The bus is working route 589 to SAN (Sydney Adventist Hospital) in the suburb of Wahroonga.

Model TX15 series Flxible Clipper coach

Pioneer Flxible Clipper
TX15 Flxible. Pioneer Tours WEE580 on route to Ayres Rock.
Newmans Flxible Clipper
TX15B Flxible. The classic 1940s coach design produced by Flxible in the USA was built under licence in Australia by Ansair. Newmans Coaches of New Zealand bought several.
Ansett Flxible Clipper
TX15C Flxible. Ansett.
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TX15D Flxible. Cook's, Tasmania, WEE580 on route to Hobart.
Pioneer Flxible Clipper
TX15E Flxible. Pioneer Express D90 (NJH060) on the Brisbane Express.
Green Coach Lines Flxible Clipper
TX15F 1954 ANSAIR FLXIBLE CLIPPER - Green Coach Lines, Tasmania.
The Flxible Clipper is back in one of the most memorable liveries from the Apple Isle. The Green Coach Lines model carries the Royal Mail Insignia below the forward side windows. At it's peak usage, there were 131 Ansair Flxible Clippers travelling the highways of Australia, revolutionising express coach travel in our country. Operating across the rural areas of Tasmania since the early 1950's, Green Coach Lines linked these areas with each of the major cities, including express services to Hobart and Launceston. The Trux Flxible Clipper have become a collection within a collection, so order today to avoid missing out this distinctive new release.

Model TX16 series Denning singledeck monocoach

Driver Denning monocoach
TX16 Denning monocoach. Driver Bus Lines version, destination Melbourne.
Chalmers Denning monocoach
TX16B Denning monocoach. Chalmers Coaches of Killara in Sydney's north.
McCaffertys Denning monocoach
TX16C Denning monocoach. McCaffertys.
AAT Kings Denning monocoach
TX16D Denning monocoach. "On Tour" with national operator AAT Kings.
Greyhound Denning monocoach
TX16E Denning monocoach. With the exception of Pioneer Coaches, Greyhound is our best known national express coach travel company. The Greyhound name has been in continuous use in Australia since 1928, although under various ownerships. Despite what many people believe, the Australian Greyhound operation is not a spin off from the huge American Greyhound Express line. In fact, it predates the US operation by a couple of years with its origins in Toowoomba. The livery of this release recaptures the green, white and orange colour scheme from the late seventies to early eighties era. Just 1600 models were produced for worldwide release.
Olympic East West Express Denning monocoach
TX16F Denning monocoach. The Denning crosses the Nullarbor. The Trux Denning Mono Coach has now become entrenched as a "collection within a collection". This latest release of the Olympic East West Express, hailing from Adelaide, in stunning stainless steel livery with contrasting red and blue livery, will add further diversity to your collection. And just like on the original long distance coaches, this one features the blacked-out windows for the rest room located at the rear. Just 1000 units of this Denning release have been produced.
Deluxe Coachlines Denning monocoach
TX16G Denning monocoach. Deluxe was a large user of Dennings. This was Trux Models most requested livery. This is a must-have addition to your Mono Coach collection, being a superb recreation of one of Australia's most famous express coachline operators. SAN257 is on route to Sydney.
Australian VIP Leisure Tours Denning monocoach
TX16H Denning monocoach. On Queensland plates 746ONH this VIP coach has its destination set as 'On Tour'. VIP Leisure Tours is another interesting livery. VIP Express, also known as Australian VIP Leisure Tours, commenced in the early 1980s on the eastern seaboard. Following rapid expansion, VIP Express collapsed due to financial pressures in the late eighties. Their Express Service linked most Australian capital cities.
Aussie Express Denning monocoach
TX16J Denning monocoach. One of our most "Aussie" coach liveries to date! Trux has done it again, with this striking example from our Australian coach travel history. One of our more unusual, but distinctly Australian liveries, this "Aussie Express" coach, hailing from South Australia, is a great addition to your Denning collection. This colourful model will be the only Denning Mono Coach release for 2011 and with production limited to just 1000 models it will sell out fast.
Kirklands Denning monocoach
TX16K The Denning Mono Coach includes two new features for our Kirklands release.
The Denning was arguably the most popular touring coach in Australia throughout the eighties and beyond, being used extensively by private fleets for touring and express services throughout the country. Kirkland Bros have been running services in northern NSW since the 1930s and at their peak in the 1970s were reportedly taking over 5,000,000 people per year to their destinations. As one of the largest coach fleets in Australia it is fitting that Trux now recaptures their livery for inclusion in your Denning collection. This latest Denning includes a replica of the front bull bar, which would have been a rude awakening for many kangaroos on their overnight services. True to the original coach, this Trux model also includes the two external stacks. These protruded vertically to comply with new pollution requirements at the time. Like all Trux Denning releases this latest release will not last long, so order yours today
TX16L Stateliner Denning
TX16L Stateliner Denning
This Denning DenAir is bound for the red centre. Stateliner coaches took in towns and sights often ignored by other major bus companies, traversing South Australia from Port Lincoln to the towns along the Riverland and from Ceduna in the west to Lake Alexandrina in the south-east. But this latest Denning DenAir is bound for the urban hub of Australia's red centre: Alice Springs. September 2013

Model TX17 Sydney Leyland Atlantean PMC

Sydney Leyland Atlantean PMC
TX17 Leyland Atlantean. Sydney 1111 (MO1111) on the 372 to Coogee Beach. In the late sixties a decision was taken to replace Sydney’s ageing government bus fleet with the Leyland Atlantean. These Atlanteans were the first new double decker buses since 1953. They featured numerous innovations that allowed for efficient loading and off-loading of passengers, as well as improved seating capacities. Although designed to be operated by a driver only, the Sydney Atlantean was also manned by a conductor. The government had vowed to force one man operation from their single deck buses to the double deckers, but after many strikes, the longest lasting 28 days, the union won the day and two man operations of the Atlantean continued. This debut release of the Sydney Atlantean is strictly limited to just 2800 units and is finished in the original NSW government colours of Mandarin Blue and Ivory, with Blue interior.
Sydney Leyland Atlantean PMC
TX17B Leyland Atlantean. Sydney's Atlanteans had a short and unsuccessful career dogged primarily by industrial disputes. They appeared subsquently as school buses or - like this one - with Buck Rogers Night Tours of the Gold Coast, as tour buses.
Sydney Leyland Atlantean PMC
TX17C Leyland Atlantean. Sydney B54 (MO1155) on route 438 to Abbotsford.
Picture courtesy of Stephen Hayes
Sydney Leyland Atlantean PMC
TX17D Leyland Atlantean. Art in motion... One of the most innovative all-over bus advertisements from the seventies!
Across Sydney motorists and pedestrians alike marvelled at the sight of these double deckers emblazoned with creative, all-over bus advertising. In one of the most complex and colourful liveries made by Trux to date, the seventies era has been painstakingly brought back to life with Whiskas.
Travelling across a variety of Sydney routes, this particular bus is unique in that each side advertises a different product in the Whiskas range, with the red side displaying Whiskas and the yellow side promoting Whiskettes. Destined to become a masterpiece in any collection, this ‘Whiskas’ Sydney Leyland Atlantean will be highly sought-after, so order yours today to avoid missing out.
Sydney Leyland Atlantean PMC
TX17E Leyland Atlantean. 1970 Sydney Atlantean Double Decker – Bondi Junction (Route 330), Bankcard. June 2012
TX17F Leyland Atlantean Double Decker - Melbourne After Dark
TX17F Leyland Atlantean Double Decker - Melbourne After Dark
Some Leyland Atlanteans didn't retire to a quieter life...
Because the Leyland Atlantean and PMC bodies were so dependable many enjoyed a long life after leaving government service in NSW. The Melbourne After Dark Atlantean would take revellers to the top night spots, cabarets and theatre shows. This eye-catching Atlantean release from Trux recaptures all the colour and excitement of those wild nights in the 1980s. Take a bit of the nightlife home before the party's over.
July 2013

Model TX18 series AEC Regent III

Sydney AEC Regent III singledeck
TX18 AEC Regent III. The AEC Frogs were on doubledeck Regent III chassis which by the time they arrived from the UK the need for their capacity was waning and so they were bodied as low capacity singledeckers. 2526 (MO2526) is on route 409 to Burwood.
Sydney AEC Regent III singledeck
TX18B AEC Regent III. Route 308 to St Peters station.

Model TX19 series Mercedes Benz Mark II

TX19 Sydney Buses Mercedes Benz Mark II
The Mercedes Benz Mark II bus 0305 chassis is arguably the best government bus to run in NSW. It was certainly the most popular, with 550 being commissioned during its tenure. Whilst the Mark I was the first in the series, the Mark II is credited with bringing NSW Public Transport in line with world trends. The 510 to Ryde Depot is one of the few bus trips in Sydney to start and finish at a bus depot. The trip from Ryde Depot via Gladesville and Drummoyne to Circular Quay crosses four bridges, then returns the same way to Ryde Depot. The brand new Trux release is astonishingly real-to-life, with fine detailing through.
TX19B Mercedes Sydney Explorer
TX19B Mercedes Sydney Explorer. The memorable Sydney Explorer was a tourist sight-seeing bus that followed a loop route through and around the Sydney CBD. Owned and operated by State Transit Authority, it ran from 1980 until 28th November 2010. A one day pass would allow passengers the freedom to hop on and off whenever they wanted to, catching another Explorer bus to continue their journey. There were 27 different stops along the route and each bus left at 20 minute intervals. Trux has recaptured the brilliance of the red livery this bus was known for.

Model TX20 series Mercedes Benz Mark III

TX20 Newcastle Mercedes Benz Mark III
TX20 In mid-1981 the State Transit Authority of NSW awarded the tender for 100 single-deck and 30 articulated vehicles to Mercedes Benz. Mercedes Benz buses had already been in service in the seventies and this new delivery of buses, the Mark III, saw some minor revisions to the bodywork by PMC.
Now, you can update your fleet of NSW Government buses with this true-to-life replica of the Mercedes Mark III single-deck bus bound for Newcastle. Route 327 takes passengers from Speers Point via Gates Head through to the CBD of Newcastle on the NSW Central Coast.
In addition to the Newcastle Buses branding is a circular NSW Police label on the right side of the windscreen, just as it appeared on the original bus. The Mark III Newcastle Buses featured flashing amber lights either side of the route number display on the front and rear of the bus.
Model released in August 2012.
TX20b Sydney Buses Mercedes O305
TX20B 1981 Mercedes Benz 0305 Mark III The popular Mercedes Benz Mark III is now available in Sydney Buses' current livery. In mid-1981 the State Transit Authority of NSW awarded the tender for 100 single-deck and 30 articulated vehicles to Mercedes Benz. The Mark III saw some minor revisions to the body work by PMC. The State Transit Authority has approved the reproduction of their current Sydney Buses livery to appear on this latest Trux release. The L20 represents a Limited Stops journey along the 520 Route from Circular Quay to Parramatta. With limited stops, the L20 reduced travel time on the 520 route from the usual 1 hour and 20 minutes to under 50 minutes. This Sydney Buses release is bound to be highly sought after, so order yours today to avoid missing out!
Model released in November 2012.
Sydney Buses Mercedes O305 PMC 50 years
TRAX TX20C Sydney Buses Mercedes O305 PMC 50 years.
Model released November 2014.

Model TX23 series Mercedes Benz O305

IBC Mercedes O305 Pacific Fair
TX23 IBC Mercedes O305 Pacific Fair.
Model released November 2014.


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