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By Any Means (BBC documentary, 2008)
Charley Boorman travels from Wicklow in Ireland to Sydney using as many forms of transport as possible. One of them is an AEC Routemaster, RM1955:
There's also this shot - Bob Hyde gave me the clue here, it's at Coventry Museum of Road Transport. The blue 'decker is PDU125M, a 1973 East Lancs-bodied Daimler Fleetline which was new as Coventry Corporation 125 and the last Fleetlne delivered to Coventry. It was acquired by the Museum in 1986. In 1987 it was painted in this colour scheme to commemorate Coventry City's success in winning the 1987 FA Cup. The saloon in the background is JNB416, a 1948 Maudslay Marathon II with Trans-United coachwork new to Hackett of Manchester but later operated in the Coventry area:
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