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I have multiple favourites so I’ll just say them all:
Decker: B7TL ALX 400 (First Greater MCR)
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Single Decker: Volvo B10BLE Wright Renown (First Greater MCR) View attachment 24309
Articulated bus: Volvo B10LA (First MCR) *NOW SCRAPPED * View attachment 24310
(Non of the above photos are mine and as you can see I’m quite a Volvo fan)
I have to say one of my all time favourites is the Volvo B7TL, preferably with an ALX400 body as it is just aesthetically pleasing, but then the Wright Gemini bodied ones are lovely. The B7TL's of First West Yorkshire are sometimes joined by similar ones from South Yorkshire, albeit not in service as they have to go to Hunslet for repaints due to FSY not having a repainting facility of its own any more. Whilst the two Leeds depots no longer have any ALX400's, some Bradford ones are appearing on Bramley routes due to bus shortages. Mind you we are also getting B10BLE's and stuff on the 16 so it's a bit interesting. Both these pictures are mine, the top one portrays 37038, the bottom one 30910.
*gasp* I've seen one of those in that exact livery when I was in London in summer 2016!
I was so happy when I saw it, as it was a bendy bus and we don't get those where I live.
Also, back to the topic:
The Dyson Landliner. A long-distance bus used in Australia, where the whole bottom front section turns, instead of the wheels.
I just found out about this bus maybe a month or so ago, and I immediately loved it. Also, none of these pictures are mine, they can be found here: Semi-trailer buses and the Landliner – BCSV