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  • In reply to an earlier comment (GR) the 156s were originally designed, I believe, for rural Scotland; long distances few stops, hence only two doors per side and that was many years ago. The single carriage class 153 was originally the 2 carriage 150 which was cut in half. The 150 and 153 were built by Leyland National Bus Co. using many Leyland bus parts, underframe, Cummins engine etc, Leyland also made the bogies and all steel framework and panels for them. It is an old bus on steel wheels in effect. The class 170 is a much better unit in so much as it has air conditioning and improved technical design features this should be the minimum standard for the 21st Century.

    Dave01

    Monday, January 28, 2013

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