Twenty-five minutes on the M2 [06/08/2018]

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Twenty-five minutes on the M2 [06/08/2018]

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I had a bit of time to kill between dropping people off at the airport and appointments, so I thought I'd take my camera out to CityLink and see what I could snap.
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The common red sight on the M2, SkyBus #5 (King Long, King Long "6900AU") heads citybound.
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Headed out to the airport is SkyBus #104 (Bustech CDi).
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Looking as immaculate as always is Executive Coach Travel #315 (Scania K470EB, Coach Design) as she heads inbound into the city.
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This unknown King Long heads citybound on the M2.
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The very fully SkyBus #112 (Bustech CDi) jets toward the airport.
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SkyBus #109 (Bustech CDi) heads back into the city after a quick trip out to Tullamarine
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SkyBus #213 (MAN 18.320, MCV "Elite C-130") heads into the city on the new Docklands Express run.
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This Murray's coach #419 (BCI, BCI "Cruiser 12") heads empty into the city.
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Last, but definitely not least, is the Bundoora based Dyson's #489 (Volvo B12B, Coach Concepts) in the very beginning of it's long run up to Echuca/Moama.

As always: comments, questions and criticisms are all welcome.

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Re: Twenty-five minutes on the M2 [06/08/2018]

Post by Cordes Express »

That trailer on the back of Skybus #5 reminds be of the Trailers that AAT Kings used to tow behind their Mercedes 0303/3 coaches back in the day....

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