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BMMO D9 4855 at Central Works

BMMO D9 4855 at Central Works (A2)

Limited edition print of BMMO D9 4855, 855 KHA, standing by the reservoir at Central Works, Edgbaston, prior to entering service in March 1960. This black and white image has been made into a full colour image by photo artist, John Bird, of Rugby.

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C5 on Autumnal M45

C5 on Autumnal M45

BMMO C5, 4780 (780 GHA) is pictured on the M45, as it travels to London to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the opening of the M1 motorway, and the first non-stop motorway express service. 20" x 16" or 16"x12" poster that fits easily into readily available frames. Individually numbered as part of a limited edition, 300 print run.

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C5,CM6T, and Scania Irizar on M45

C5,CM6T, and Scania Irizar on M45

To celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the opening of the M1 motorway, and the inauguration of the first non-stop motorway express coach service, three coaches travelled from Digbeth in Birmingham to Victoria Coach Station, London. BMMO C5 (4780 - 780 GHA), BMMO CM6T (5656 - BHA 656C), and a modern National Express Scania Irizar coach are shown equally spaced on the M45 motorway. 20" x 16" or 16"x12" print that fits easily into readily available frames. Individually numbered as part of a limited edition, 300 print run.

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Prototype D9 - 4773 - 773 FHA (16" x 12")

Prototype D9 - 4773 - 773 FHA

BMMO D9 prototype 4773, 773 FHA, is pictured alongside the reservoir at Midland Red's Central Works in Edgbaston, Birmingham. The black and white image has been coloured by Rugby photo artist, John Bird, and is available in a 16" x 12" size which will easily fit into readily available frames. This is an extremely limited print run of only 95, each print being individually numbered. Don't delay! when they're gone, they're gone! 

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D10 at Central Works (16" x 12")

D10 at Central Works

The unique D10 prototype, underfloor-engined double-decker, in an official photograph taken by BMMO, posed by the reservoir at Central Works, Edgbaston, Birmingham, in 1960. The picture has been coloured by Rugby photo artist, John Bird. In a frame-friendly 16" x 12", this limited edition (250) print will adorn the wall of any Midland Red enthusiast.

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D10 Cutaway drawing in colour (16" x 12")

D10 Cutaway drawing in colour (16 x 12)

An original line drawing by John Ferguson (famous for his Autocar cutaways) taken from Midland Red's own plans, and originally published in Bus and Coach, and in the Midland Red Staff Bulletin in September 1960. The picture has now been coloured by John Bird and Jean Murphy to show the clear design elements of this unique vehicle. A limited edition (of 250) print in a frame friendly size of 16" x 12" for easy mounting. Despatched in 50mm postal tube for safe delivery.

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CM6T on M1 (16" x 12")

CM6T on M1 (16 x 12)

16" x 12" limited edition (of 300) print of Midland Red CM6T motorway express coach 5656 (BHA 656C) on Anniversary Trip to London - 31st October 2009. 

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C5 and CM6T on M1 (16" x 12")

C5 and CM6T on M1

16" x 12" Limited Edition (of 300) print of BMMO C5 4780, and BMMO CM6T 5656, on M1, October 31st 2009, to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the inauguration of the motorway service. 

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1928 Midland Red Route Map

1925 Midland Red Route Map

A route map published by the Midland Red in about 1928, showing the full extent of the company's vast operation, even in this early oeriod. Fascinating, not just for the bus enthusiastt, but for the historical aspects such as county boundaries, and the relative importance of towns and cities shown. Reproduced in the same saturated colours of the original map, this image warrants many hours of study, as well as offering a highly decorative picture. A limited edition print from a run of 250 individually numbered prints. 20" x 16" or 16"x12" poster that fits easily into readily available frames. 

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