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Waverley depot has a history of over 20 years of operation of buses powered by compressed natural gas, with Scania L113CRB Orana Mercedes Benz 0405NH Citaro and Mercedes Benz OC500LE CB60 EvoII models all operating from the depot. At its peak, over 100 gas buses operated from the depot
However, due to the aging nature of many gas buses necessitating their replacement and also a desire to introduce electric buses at Waverley Depot, the gas powered fleet at Waverley have been decommissioned from service.
On February 27 2021, a tour was held to farewell the gas bus fleet at Waverley Depot, after their final day in service earlier that week. Here are some photos from the day.
Gas Scania 3509 and Merc Citaro 1329seen at La Perouse – Transport NSW Blog Collection
Gas Scania 3509 leads Merc Citaro 1329 up the hill from Malabar Beach – Transport NSW Blog Collection
Gas Scania 3509 sits at Malabar Beach – Transport NSW Blog Collection
The Merc Citaro graveyard at Port Botany depot, with rows of withdrawn Citaros awaiting their turn to be scrapped – Transport NSW Blog Collection
Merc Citaro 1321 at Clovelly Beach – Transport NSW Blog
Merc Citaros 1321 and 1348 turn around at Clovelly – Transport NSW Blog Collection
Merc Citaro 1348 seen at Bondi Beach – Transport NSW Blog Collection
Merc Citaros 1321 and 1348 seen at Bondi Beach – Transport NSW Blog Collection
This article first appeared on transportnswblog.com
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