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Hamish MacBeth (BBC serial, 1995-7)
Episode 2:1 A Perfectly Simple Explanation
The local bus driver, Neil the Bus, is seen washing his bus - we don't see more than the front of it. FAS376X was new as Highland Omnibuses L31 and was later with Highland Scottish; here it carries fleet number L231P and fictional fleetname 'Findlay Coaches'. It's a Leyland Leopard PSU3F/4R with Alexander 62-seat bus bodywork:
Episode 2:2 In Search of a Rose
"A character is seen alighting from an Alexander bodied single decker in a red livery with grey waist band and 'Findlay Coaches' fleet names nearside only." (thanks Ian Hardie) - it's FAS376X again.

Episode 2:3 Isobel Pulls it Off
"Alexander bodied Leyland Leopard FAS376X in a red livery with grey waist band and 'Findlay Coaches' fleet names is being recovered from a ditch; rear nearside views only. It is later seen from the nearside parked in a workshop." (thanks Ian Hardie again)

Episode 3:6 More Than a Game
"M26HNY, a Volvo B12 with Jonckheere body in plain white appears several times during this episode. The first time it's seen is when the driver is telling Hamish Macbeth (Robert Carlyle) all about his new coach (exterior shots only). It is then used to transport the Lochdubh shinty team to Dunbracken for the annual match (exterior and interior shots).
It is seen a few times in the background during the match, then shown taking the victorious team home and being buzzed by a helicopter."
M26HNY was new to Welsh operator Bebb Travel of Llantwit Fardre. Thanks again to Ian Hardie.
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