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Galle, Sri Lanka - 1979

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Location: Marine Walk, Galle, Sri Lanka  Bus  Leyland RTL red 1958 Wikipedia
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Leyland RTL
Leyland RTL

Primary color:red
Model year:1958
Company:Ceylon Transport Board
Type:city bus
Since its formation as a statutory corporation in 1933, the London Passenger Transport Board had a 30 year contractual obligation to source 75% of its buses from AEC, and in 1938–39 worked with AEC on a revised version of the Regent to better suit London operating practice, following on from the experimental STD Titan TD4s of 1936. It had a large-displacement engine running under less stress, with other innovative features being an air-pressure system, not only working the brakes, but also the change-speed pedal on the pre-selective gearbox, which was built by AEC to Self-Changing Gears and Daimler Company patents. This was coded RT and the initial 161 built had LT chassis codes 1RT and 2RT and entered service between early 1939 and early 1942.

Austin A30
Austin A30

Primary color:grey
Model year:1950
Body style:estate
The Austin A30 is a compact economy car launched at the 1951 Earls Court Motor Show, London by the Austin Motor Company and produced by the newly formed British Motor Corporation from May 1952 to September 1956. Introduced as the "New Austin Seven", it was Austin's answer to the Morris Minor.

Morris Oxford
Morris Oxford (V)

Primary color:blue
Model year:1960
Body style:saloon
For 1959, the Oxford was merged into the mid-sized Pininfarina-designed BMC Farina range along with a half-dozen other models, including the 1958 Wolseley 15/60 and 1959 Riley 4/68, Austin A55 Cambridge Mark II, and MG Magnette Mark III.

Triumph 2000
Triumph 2000

Primary color:white
Body style:saloon
The Triumph 2000 is a mid-sized, rear wheel drive automobile which was produced in Coventry by the Triumph Motor Company between 1963 and 1977. It was introduced on 15 October 1963.[5]

Larger-engined models, known as the Triumph 2.5 PI and Triumph 2500 were also produced from 1968.

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