Britain By Bike (BBC documentary series, 2010)


Episode: The Cotswolds
Sports presenter Clare Balding rides across Britain following the 1940s guidebooks of author Harold Briercliffe. This particular episode stretches its definition somewhat inasmuch as it takes in Oxford and the BMW car plant, but in passing Clare also visits the Oxford Bus Museum, which is combined with the Morris Motors Museum. Here she stands in front of Chiltern Queens EUD256K, an AEC Reliance:
A lineup of former City of Oxford buses: H892 (OFC393), a 1949 AEC Regent III, 724 (C724JJO), a 1985 Ford Transit, and 956 (956AJO), a 1957 AEC Regent V. Just visible is 214 (BBW214Y), a 1982 Leyland Olympian still in the livery of its last owner, Woottens. We also get a closer look at 956:
Another exhibit is this Kowloon Motor Bus AEC Regent V, new in 1966:
Attention switches to central Oxford, and we see an Oxford Bus Mercedes Citaro leading a Volvo B10BLE/Wright into The High@
....and Stagecoach Oxford 22929 (S929CFC), a MAN 14.220/Alexander ALX300, crosses Magdalen Bridge:

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