Scottish Vintage Bus Museum at Lathalmond near Dunfermline
Running Days - 7 July 2010 and 17 May 2015  
Stagecoach electric hybrid Volvo B5LH three axle air conditioned Dennis Trident, Enviro 500
Stagecoach electric hybrid Volvo B5LH 13043 soon to enter service (in 2015) on Strathtay routes (left);  First Group's  three axle air conditioned Dennis Trident, Enviro 500 (right) - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow (May 2015)
Preserved Stagecoach Volvo B10MA Volvo B11R VDL 
    Jonckheere SHV Eclipse
Stagecoach Volvo B10MA 51095 (left);  Volvo B11R VDL Jonckheere SHV Eclipse (right) - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow (May 2015)
Unorthodox looking Edinburgh Corporation's Guy Arab II trying not to look like a half-cab (left); Strathclyde's  A735 PSU Ailsa Volvo A109 (right) - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow (May 2015)
1940 Leyland Titan TD 7 1940 Leyland Titan TD 7

1940 Leyland Titan TD 7 poses at Saline on an open day in 2010 - but the road markings and modern windows in the cottage destroy the illusion - PHOTOs - Malcolm McCrow

1940 Leyland Titan TD 7 Alexander blue-liveried Routemaster
What was and what might have been.1940 Leyland Titan TD 7 at Saline (left)    Alexander blue-liveried Routemaster (right) as it may have appeared had it been acquired from London Transport.  Many of Alexander's double deckers were second hand from London Transport, but by the time Routemasters were up for disposal, Alexanders was no more although its successors, like Strathtay, did operate ex-London Routemasters.  This bus was acquired by Stagecoach and never ran in public service in this livery.(right) - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Alexander red-liveried Guy Arab II
Guy Arab II (above) turned out in the red livery used on Perth town services before red was later adopted by W Alexnader & Sons, Fife.  CMS 200 - a Leyland Tiger PS1 of 1949 vintage in the all blue livery applied to buses - coaches were predominantly cream (right) - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow (May 2015)
Alexander blue-liveried Routemaster RM Stagecoach red-liveried Routemaster RML
Stagecoach vintage Routemasters appear in both of the above photographs - the unauthentically liveried RM which never ran in Alexanders' blue livery and the red RML turned out in pseudo London Transport livery.  The red RML ran on the 73 service between Dundee's Ninewells Hospital and Arbroath in the run up to Christmas 2014.  The coaches are (left) the rather unusual HDV 639E 1967 Bristol MW6G/ Eastern Coach Works Bluebird and (right) McLennan of Spittalfield's 1951 Leyland Tiger PS1 - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow (May 2015)
Leyand Tiger Cub Leyand Tiger Cub

Alexanders' Leyand Tiger Cub in traditional coach livery when all of its vehicles throughout Scotland had varying schemes of blue and cream - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow

Leyland Royal Tiger PSU1/15 Leyland Royal Tiger PSU1/15

Leyland Royal Tiger PSU1/15 in the pre-grouping livery - PHOTOs  Malcolm McCrow

AEC Regal Mk I 0662 (left);  Leyland Lion LT5A (right) in Perth Town red livery - PHOTOs  Malcolm McCrow
AEC Regal Mk I 0662 (left);  AEC Reliance 2MU3RV  (right) - PHOTOs  Malcolm McCrow
Alexander Leyland Tiger of 1929 (left).  Seddon Pennine Mk VII (right) - PHOTOs  Malcolm McCrow
Northern Scottish Alexander Leyland Leopard Y Type bus - PHOTOs  Malcolm McCrow
Leyland Titan PD3 (left). Leopard PSU3/3R (right) - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Midland Scottish low bridge double decker in blue and cream livery (left).  Fife Scottish Y type bus (right) - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow

Albion Lowlander LR7 of Highland Omnibuses (right) - PHOTOs  Malcolm McCrow

Guy Victory Mk2 6LXB Alexander bodied 1980 Guy of China Motor Bus (left).  Hong Kong next to an Alexander's Y Type of Eastern Scottish (right) - PHOTOs  Malcolm McCrow

Albion Venturer CX19 of  Sydney's Department of Road Transport and Tramways - PHOTOs  Malcolm McCrow

Daimler CVG6 (left)  AEC Regent Mk III 9613E (right) - PHOTOs  Malcolm McCrow

 Line-up of Edinburgh Corporation buses - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Edinburgh Corporation Transport's single deck Guy Arab III (left) and the three doored Leyland Leopard with Alexander's Y Type body (right) - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Glasgow Corporation Leyland Titan of 1928 (left). Alexander bodies Volvo RV Citybus (right) - PHOTOs  Malcolm McCrow
Wartime utility vehicles - a common sight after World War 2 and often appearing in grey livery - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Blackpool Corporation Leyland (above) and St Helens ex London Transport RT - PHOTOs - Malcolm McCrow
 Rear-doored Bristol Lodekka in typical 1970s Fife Scottish red livery (left);   Tow truck that was Alexanders' WG 5245, a Leyand Beaver not converted from a bus or coach  (right) - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow (May 2015)
Fife and Midland Scottish tow trucksconverted  from a Y Type bus (left) and a Y Type coach (right) - PHOTOs  Malcolm McCrow
Tow truck WG 8107 (above) was originally a Leyland Tiger TS 8 built in 1939;  Eastern Scottish tow truck (right) was a former Bristol Lodekka E6 - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow