Our Collection

Although Routemaster buses look alike they are all different. Every bus has a unique history and presentation. Although the vast majority of Routemaster’s were originally hand built to the same specification for London Transport, since entering service and subsequent owners these buses have undergone different upgrades or conversions and have varying maintenance standards since being decommissioned from London service.

Our collection of buses are lovingly maintained to a high standard both mechanically and cosmetically. We don't use our buses for public services such as rail replacement, they are only used for exclusive private charters.

Our First Class buses have been reverted or maintained in their original 1960’s specification. This specifically includes, period tartan upholstery, tungsten bulb lighting in the saloon, original wall coverings and flooring which give a true reflection of the buses during the golden age of London Transport. These vehicles have a particular special feel of originality and occasion. 

RM1871: Elizabeth

RML2649: Alice


An early example of a 1964 64 Routemaster. This bus as an AEC engine and original interior featuring tungsten lights and tartan moquette.

  • Condition: Restored
  • Fleet code: RM1871
  • Seats: 64 (36 top, 28 lower deck), no standees.
  • Crew: 2, Driver & Conductor
  • Withdrawn from London Transport: Circa 1980's
  • Features: PA system (microphone and music inputs).

RML2697: Nicole

Routemaster, Open Top, 72 seat. 

RML2697 was converted to an open top bus in 2012 and was immediately involved in providing international media coverage of the London Olympics. She is something of a celebrity having promoted Jamie Oliver Food Revolution, Filmed with Nicole Scherzinger and appeared on television numerous times.

  • Fleet code: RML2697
  • Seats: 72 (40 top, 32 lower deck), no standees.
  • Crew: 2, Driver & Conductor
  • Uses: Transport, Sightseeing Tours, Race Days, Proms.
  • Features: PA system (mic, music inputs), on board 230v mains option.


A later example of a longer 1967 Routemaster. She was in London service until 2005 before being de-comissioned to a private collection.

  • Condition: Preserved
  • Fleet code: RML2649
  • Seats: 72 (40 top, 32 lower deck), no standees.
  • Crew: 2, Driver & Conductor
  • Withdrawn from London Transport: 2005
  • Features: PA system (mic, music inputs).

RMC1496: Madeleine

Routemaster, 28 seat.

RMC1496 was originally a coach variant of the Routemaster which created a more comfortable mode of transport with doors and an air suspension. Now adapted to a hospitality space for transport and static use.

  • Fleet code: RMC1496
  • Seats: 28 (23 top, 5 lower deck), no standees.
  • Crew: 2, Driver & Conductor
  • Uses: Transport, Race Days, Proms & Promotional events.
  • Features: PA system (mic, music inputs), Video display, on board mains.