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'192 WEIR'

£22.00 On sale

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The '192' Weir takes inspiration from the great old school GMPTE (Greater Manchester Passenger Transport Executive) double M logo. Designed in 1974 by Kenneth Hollick, much in the same style as the classic British Rail logo, which remains one of our favourite bits of branding ever. Just a very simple and eye catching piece of design.
Stockport Bus Station (soon to be completely rebuilt) bears this branding on any glass panels which still remain from the 1980's.
For many years the 192 bus, which goes from Manchester Piccadilly to Hazel Grove, were an eye catching vision of Orange, Brown and Cream.

One size fits all. Limited numbers as always. Strictly one per customer. Subject to availability, whilst stocks last. Fastest fingers first!


Please note, during the current issues, these may take a little longer to arrive in the UK and overseas, so please bear that in mind and it is out of our hands. Thanks.