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Absolute Radio 15 Jun 17
Plate Licker? Nah, he licks his own plates...
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claude leduc Aug 21
Factory Supply was in MCO talking safety with some great people!
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Absolute Radio 15 Jun 17
Is this new GRIME track?
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Ohio Auditor Keith Faber 26 Feb 15
Attending the 16th Annual Local Government Officials’ Conference? Check out the agenda here:
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LTM Battle Bus 8 Sep 15
A year ago today we visited on our final journey in red livery.
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claude leduc Aug 10
ACPC day 1. Let's talk safety!
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LTM Battle Bus 18 Oct 16
The first B-type bus was licensed for service 18 October 1910.
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Ohio Auditor Keith Faber 13 Apr 17
Local gov't officials from across the state heard from this afternoon on topics like fraud prevention.
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Bill Brownlee 2 Apr 15
Good morning from the in Columbus.
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claude leduc Aug 7
Hope to see you at ACPC in Washington D.C. 10-13 Aug! We will be there to discuss any of your safety issues. Message me
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Heritage Route 15 1 May 16
RT : poster advertising private hire.
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LTM Battle Bus 27 Sep 16
Before mass-production: an experimental X-type bus, prerunner of the B-type, in 1909.
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LTM Battle Bus 8 Sep 15
A few detail shots of B2737 in red. Can you believe it has been a year already?
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Monique Ale 7 Nov 14
Grand Prize winners! Woot! Wooot! @ Rockwel Tent
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Monique Ale 21 Sep 13
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Mystery Ink HB Jul 3
Ellen Byron, August Norman and Jill Amadio at the June meeting of Sisters in Crime.
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Luke Seagroves 4 Jun 13
Retired the Twitter name 😔 tonight....
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LTM Battle Bus 25 Oct 16
ran its last horse bus service on 25/10/1911. By 1914 other operators had followed suit.
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LTM Battle Bus 19 Aug 15
Spotted in toy shop window ! - Tin plate model of B2029
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LTM Battle Bus 12 Sep 17
Predecessor of the motor bus: garden seat horse
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