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Posted on 20 Jan 2017 at 11:09
Perryman’s Buses, part of the West Coast Motors marked the arrival of four new vehicles on its Edinburgh commuter service with a performance from an East Lothian community choir.
The new Optare MetroCitys were launched for service 253, Berwick-upon-Tweed to Edinburgh via Dunbar and Haddington, and to entertain its customers on a cold winter’s day, Perryman’s Buses called on the musical talents of the DunbarSings choir to serenade commuters.
Karen Dietz, musical director, DunbarSings adds: “The new vehicals look great and as a regular Perryman’s customer I give the USB charging stations a big thumbs up.”
The offical launch of the vehicals coincided with a timetable update for the service 253 which no longer serves Haymarket Station in order to meed growing demand and maintain reliability.
J & A Kay has produced many parts for these vehicles, including: the dashboard, drivers door and cab door, drivers partitions and trims.
Read the full article here. As seen in BusandCoach.com Magazine January 2017.Go Back