A total of 7 buses are currently owned by the group, representing a 60 Year era of transport operations in the Teesside area.
Click the links below to see more information about a vehicle:
- JDC599 – 1958 Dennis Loline Mk1
- JVN40E – 1967 Leyland PD2
- JDC 544L – 1972 Daimler Fleetline
- RDC106R – 1977 Bristol VR
- M223SVN – 1995 Volvo Olympian
- R833OVN – 1998 Volvo Olympian
- NK54BFE – 2004 MAN 18.220
We are often asked if it is possible to hire our vehicles. Sadly, legislation governing the operation of vehicles for hire or reward prohibits us from providing buses for weddings or for “hire and reward” excursions. There are bus and coach operators who do have classic vehicles available for hire and they can be found on the web.
There are also a handful Teesside vehicles in the area that are not directly owned by the group. Some of these include:
JAJ293N – Bristol RE ECW New in 1975 to Hartlepool Corporation Transport and was used for many years throughout its life with Hartlepool Corporation Transport.
OEF77K – Bristol RE ECW new in 1972 to Hartlepool Corporation Transport was used for many years by Hartlepool Transport including its Christmas Feature which meant that a sleigh and reindeers appeared on the roof. It had a spell in Preservation before becoming a non psv vehicle for Age Concern and then Trent Valley Gliding Club. Its now in the hands of Hartlepool Historic Preservation Group.
OEF74K – Bristol RE ECW New in 1972 to Hartlepool Corporation Transport, sister to Preserved OEF77K, 74 gained an overall advert for Michael O Connor Furniture which was located on York Road within the town, after a number of owners in the preservation scene, she is now with Tyneside Heritage Vehicles.
L37 HHN – Volvo B10B Plaxton Verde – New to Cleveland Transit in 1994, it worked for the Stagecoach Group right up until 2016 when it was withdrawn, it was bought for preservation by Bill Woodward who later became our chairman.
V674DDC – MAN Alexander ALX300 New to Stagecoach Transit in the Stagecoach Stripes Livery with Loliner branding, it was later painted into Stagecoach Millennium livery before being withdrawn and sold for preservation on Teesside.[ngg src=”galleries” ids=”1″ display=”basic_thumbnail”]