THE SHOWBUS SOUTH OF ENGLAND BUS IMAGE GALLERY
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Nu-Venture Leyland Olympian Alexander H838PTW
Nu-Venture like to paint vehicles in commemorative liveries and treated former Dublin Bus Alexander bodied Leyland Olympian RH33 (90D1033) to the livery of Maidstone Corporation to help celebrate the former undertaking's centenary in 2004. Appropriately the bus was numbered 100 with UK registration H838PTW.
 
Nu-Venture and Dublin Bus Leyland Olympian Alexander
Contrasting green Leyland Olympians at SHOWBUS international 2009. At first glance they might both be Irish buses, but nearest the camera in fleet livery is Nu-Venture's ex Stagecoach East Midland 350 (J350XET). Alongside is preserved Dublin Bus RH7 (90D1007).
 
Nu-Venture Chatham & District Scania N113DRB K867LMK
New to London Buses as S67 (K867LMK), this Northern Counties bodied Scania N113DRB passed to Stagecoach East London on privatisation. In 2000 it was transferred to Stagecoach East Kent where it was converted to single door, along with several others of the batch, and received Stagecoach stripes on white, losing London red and numbered 7767. It passed to Nu-Venture in 2009 gaining the Maidstone inspired blue and cream livery nut was painted in Chatham & District colours in March 2011 ready to take part in the Maidstone & District Centenary Rally the following month.
 
Nu-Venture Alexander Dennis Trident ALX400 TA655
In July 2017 Nu-Venture attended the Metroline Potters Bar Open Day with former Metroline Alexander Dennis Trident ALX400 TA655 (LX05GHB), Nu-Venture retaining that fleet number.
Picture ref B7676
 
Nu-Venture Alexander Dennis Trident ALX400 TA654
Sister vehicle, TA654 (LX05GHA) is seen at work in Maidstone in September that year followed by former Arriva Merseyside Wright Gemini 2 4470 (MX61AXM) which retained that fleet number on transfer to
Arriva Southern Counties.

Picture ref B7928
 
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