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The Nine Road (British Transport Films, 1976)
A gem of a film that pays homage to London Transport's route 9, worked as it was then by AEC Routemasters.
The first Routemaster identifiable is RM1279 (279CLT), followed by RM2152 (CUV152C):
Views of Mortlake garage show several RMs together, and RM152 (VLT152) passing through a bus washer:
Two RMs are seen receiving attention, one alongside RT4184 (LYF243), the other being RM1647 (647DYE):     
RM1246 (246CLT) is seen having its running plate fitted, and there's an explanation of how these are allotted:
More RMs, including RM281 (281CLT), RM486 (WLT486), RM1064 (64CLT), RM2047 (ALD47B) and RM1126 (126CLT)
The interior of RM2042 (ALM42B), RM1182 (182CLT), RM1192 (192CLT), RM1571 (571CLT)
RM1352 (352CLT), RM1582 (582CLT)
RM338 (WLT338) is having overheating problems:
RM2023 (ALM23B), RM1571 (571CLT), RM1562 (562CLT):
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