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David MacBrayne

David Macbrayne began operating motor bus services as early as 1906 and further services were introduced during the years up to 1928 when the company became jointly owned by Coast Lines Ltd and the London, Midland and Scottish Railway.

The famous "Royal Route" was operated by the company originating from a journey taken by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.

The company's earlier livery was crimson lake and white but from 1936 they adopted the famous apple green, Royal Mail red and cream livery.

Many types of buses and coaches were operated over the years but the most ubiguitous vehicles by far were those manufactured by Bedford: A.E.C. and Maudslay also played a part in the company's operations being chosen for their more heavy weight chassis.  Many of these fine vehicles were either rebuilt or rebodied during their later service days.

The company's buses and its operations always had a very special appeal and attraction to transport enthusiasts being associated with the highlands and the islands of Scotland.

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