THE SHOWBUS LONDON GALLERY
Grey-Green

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Grey-Green & Orange Luxury Coaches
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Grey-Green Bedford VAL/Duple 448GYR
From a different era altogether! Grey-Green 448GYR is seen at Brighton Coach Park in the sixties. It was one of many Bedford VALs with Duple Vega Major coachwork and the then amazing number of 52 seats.
 
Grey-Green Bedford VAM Duple
Parked alongside Black & White's Leyland Leopard/Duple Dominant, 104 (PDD104M), is Grey-Green's Bedford VAM/Duple JUV545D.
 
Grey-Green Harrington
This Grey-Green Harrington is seen in an unknown coach park with a Trent Plaxton bodied coach.
 
Orange Luxury Bedford VAM
Orange Luxury Coaches was an active subsidiary of Grey-Green for many years and its livery may have been a contributor to the inspiration for the Grey-Green Buses livery. Indeed the original bus livery used Orange Luxury colours with white replacing the cream.
 
Bordacoach Leyland Tiger Duple
This Duple bodied Leyland Tiger TRCTL11/3R, B873YYX, was new to Grey-Green. It is seen at the 1999 Showbus display in the service of Hertfordshire operator Bordacoach. Whilst Grey-Green bought many Plaxton coaches, it favoured Duple from time to time.
 
 
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