The London Routemaster Bus has become an iconic part of Britain.
There were 2750 London Routemasters built, of which, 524 were RMLs (Routemasters Lengthened).
Our Routemaster, affectionately known as Jack began his London service in July 1966, when England won the World Cup, with fleet number RML2523. After years of carrying London commuters around Marble Arch & Tower Bridge and Battersea Bridge & Chelsea on Route 19, Jack retired from active service in April 2005.
In July 2005, a group of friends acquired Jack and invested in his full restoration. Today, he is a favorite for wedding and event transportation in Walsall, Stafford, Wolverhampton, Telford, Shrewsbury, Warwick, Coventry, Birmingham and Leamington Spa.
We also have a Leyland Tiger PS/2 single decker as part of our fleet. Built in 1950, it served as an alternative on the King’s Heath – Bourneville route as many bus routes had low bridges which meant traditional double deckers were unable to pass through. Withdrawn from its Birmingham service in 1969, the 34 seater, restored to amazing condition, is perfect for smaller parties, weddings and routes that the London Routemaster is unable to take on.