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Fossil wrote:

Fossil
14:06 15-May-20
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asimriaz wrote:

In Egypt, they use minibusses

Travelled on them many times from Al Ahyaa to Dahar and Hurghada

Much more fun than coaches.

Albox, Costa Almeria, Spain

asimriaz wrote:

In Egypt, they use minibusses

Travelled on them many times from Al Ahyaa to Dahar and Hurghada

London

Thats wonderful, In Egypt, they use minibusses but they are very strict on numbers.14 max, as they have a bench seat with the driver.free job alert

Last Edited by asimriaz at 15 May 13:29
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They’re still very popular in Turkey too, loved using them there. So cheap.

Essex UK

Cruzeroqueen1 wrote:

One day
they crammed 22 of us into one of them!

Thats amazing, we still use mini buses in Egypt but they are very strict on the numbers. 14 maximum as they have a bench seat up with the driver.

London

Fossil wrote:

Fossil
20:46 09-Apr-20
117

Buses in the suburbs of Lagos.

They remind me of the buses in the Dominican Republic, Alan, which we loved using. One day
they crammed 22 of us into one of them!

Albox, Costa Almeria, Spain

Buses in the suburbs of Lagos.

London

Essex UK

Cruzeroqueen1 wrote:

Lovely pic. and interesting information, @northernblue

Exactly what I was going to say.

Essex UK

northernblue wrote:

There were many Leyland buses in the Maltese Islands, and even more proclaiming themselves to be Leylands; but in Malta, everything is not what it seems to be. This is a genuine Leyland – a 1953 Leyland Royal Tiger, despite being badged here as a Leyland Comet. New to Ribble Motor Services in North West England with a Burlingham Seagull coach body, the chassis was exported to Malta in 1973, where it received a new 35-seat body by local bodybuilder Schembri before entering service as Gozo bus 2070 (later re-registered FBY 037). It remained in service until the re-organisation of the island’s bus services in 2011. Like many of Gozo’s traditional buses, it found further use on the main island working private charters, but its current status is unknown. Built like a tank – and some would say nearly as heavy – the Royal Tiger was Leyland’s first venture into underfloor-engined bus and coach chassis. Eight Royal Tigers saw out their twilight years on the Maltese Islands
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Lovely pic. and interesting information, @northernblue

Albox, Costa Almeria, Spain
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