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National Bus Company

Public Transport

The National Bus Company (NBC) was a nationalised bus company that operated in England and Wales between 1969 and 1988. From 1977 NBC did not run buses itself, but was the owner of a number of regional subsidiary bus operating companies:

  • Avonbus - Stratford-upon-Avon
  • Chaserider - Cannock and Stafford
  • Hotspur - Shrewsbury and Ludlow
  • Hunter - Nuneaton and Hinckley
  • Lancer - Coalville and Swadlincote
  • Leamington & Warwick - Leamington Spa
  • Leicester - Leicester (did not carry area branding names)
  • Mercian - Tamworth and Lichfield
  • Reddibus - Redditch
  • Ridercross - Banbury and Kineton
  • Rugby Midland Red - Rugby
  • Severnlink - Worcester, Malvern and Bromsgrove
  • Tellus - Telford (Wellington)
  • Wendaway - Kidderminster
  • Wayfarer - Evesham
  • Wandaward - Hereford
  • Midland Express - long-distance and limited stop services
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