Volvo B7TL Photographs (Page 5)

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Zarb Coaches Plaxton bodied B7TL

Zarb Coaches purchased one second hand B7TL (ex-Sovereign 2732, LN51AYZ, YV3S2G511A001766) and converted it into an open top bus. It proposed to start a sight seeing route in Malta in summer 2011. According to their staff, this is the only bus for the route as a trial. More buses will only be purchased if the business goes well. Please note below their proposed routing and stops as per leaflet:

Half-day AM North:
1. St Julians Area
2. Bugibba Area
3. Golden Sands
4. Mgarr
5. Mosta Church
6. Ta' Qali Crafts Village
7. Rabat
8. Buskett Gardens
9. Dingli Cliffs
10. Mdina
11. Valletta

Half-day PM South:
1. Valletta
2. Valletta Waterfront
3. Senglea
4. Cospicua
5. Vittoriosa
6. Marsaxlokk
7. Blue Grotto

Malta by night
1. Bugibba
2. St Julians
3. Sliema
4. Valletta Waterfront
5. Three Cities
6. Mdina

ZPY001, Ta' Qali Truck and Bus Rally, 21 May 2011

Fainsa Seats with seat belts.


Handbrakes, control buttons and assault alarm button (Would this still be applicable in Malta?)

Plaxton body identification plate.

Passenger capacity: OP43/28F+24+1WCH

Wheelchair space with pole and folding seat.

Emergency exit arrangement.

Straight staircase.

All upper deck seats are also fitted with cushions.

Language selection and headphone socket

ZPY001 (YV3S2G511A001766), Mosta Dome Roundabout, 21 May 2011.

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