Last update: 21 Feb 2018
This page contains unofficial fleet lists of various bus operators, primarily in the Merseyside area. Many thanks to those visitors who help to keep the depot allocations and liveries up to date on the editable fleet lists. Over the coming months, I hope to increase the level of user-editability, and also to add more lists. Ones that I have been researching, and hope to have online during January, include A2B, Hattons, and Selwyns of Runcorn. Any requests are welcome concerning which fleets you'd like me to prioritise for inclusion, as is any other feedback - email dave [at] quack[seventy-seven] [dot] uk.
You can search for a vehicle on the database, including vehicles that have been withdrawn (which provides a means to reinstate a withdrawn vehicle, by allocating it back to a depot). The database is nowhere near complete as yet, but I plan to continue adding hundreds of vehicles each week, with the intention that it will include the vast majority of operational PCVs in Great Britain by late 2018.
Please note that none of these lists are in any way official or endorsed by the companies, unless stated otherwise. They are compiled from my own observations and online research. They may not be up to date. Only operational vehicles are listed; the lists do not include vehicles that are believed to be withdrawn, stored, delicensed, or otherwise long term VOR.
Aintree Coachline (18 Jan 2018)
Arriva Buses Wales (20 Feb 2018)
Arriva North West (21 Feb 2018)
Arriva North West and Arriva Buses Wales - combined list
Avon Buses - sorted by registration / fleet number (17 Jan 2018)
Cumfybus (17 Feb 2018)
First Manchester (13 Feb 2018)
Halton Transport (03 Jun 2017)
HTL Buses (12 Feb 2018)
Liverpool City Sights (06 Oct 2017)
Maghull Coaches (28 Jun 2017)
Stagecoach Manchester (18 Feb 2018)
Stagecoach Merseyside + South Lancs (16 Feb 2018)
Stagecoach Manchester, Merseyside + South Lancs - combined list
Vision Coaches (04 Mar 2017)