Frog Island, Leicester
- Site leased from mid-1922, and adapted for bus use, with a capacity for 30 vehicles.
- Garage opened by Birmingham and Midland Motor Omnibus Company Limited (BMMO—Midland “Red” Motor Services) on Saturday 26th August 1922, with an initial allocation if seven Tilling-Stevens TS3 buses and a Tilling-Stevens TS3 charabanc.
- Allocation of 22 vehicles by the end of 1923.
- Allocation of 35 vehicles by 1925, with a number of vehicles stored at the garage at Welford Road (see below).
- Depot closed on Wednesday 20th July 1927, with all operations moving to new purpose built garage at Southgate Street.
- Garage leased by Birmingham and Midland Motor Omnibus Company Limited (BMMO—Midland “Red” Motor Services) as a short-term overflow site, with a capacity for 10 vehicles.
- Opened in May 1925, used only for vehicle storage with all maintenance being done at Frog Island garage.
- Garage closed on Wednesday 20th July 1927, at the same time as the Frog Island depot closed, with all operations moving the the purpose built garage at Southgate Street.
Southgates Garage, 12 Peacock Lane, Leicester LE1 5PX
- Purpose built bus garage, with a three-story red brick office block with decorative brick and stonework facings. Capacity was for 90 vehicles.
- Opened by Birmingham and Midland Motor Omnibus Company Limited (BMMO—Midland “Red” Motor Services) on Friday 22nd July 1927.
- Land to the front used as a coach station and calling point.
- Headquartes for the North East Division located in Peacock Lane, next-door to the depot.
- Company renamed to Midland Red Omnibus Company Limited (MROC) on Friday 29th March 1974, with a depot allocation of 71 vehicles and approximately 257 staff at this time.
- Midland Red Omnibus Company Limited (MROC) ceased trading as bus operator at the end of trading on Saturday 5th September 1981. Midland Red (East) Limited take control of all Southgates Street depot vehicles, staff and operations from Sunday 6th September 1981.
- Midland Red (East) Limited trading as Midland Fox from Sunday 15th January 1984.
- Midland Red (East) Limited (trading as “Midland Fox”) privatised as Midland Fox Limited in a management buy-out in August 1987. Two Stevensons of Uttoxeter Limited directors, David Stevenson and Julian Peddle took a 40% company share in Midland Fox Limited.
- Stevensons of Uttoxeter Limited, Spath, and the 40% share of Midland Fox Limited owned by David Stevenson and Julian Peddle passed to British Bus Group Limited in June 1994.
- British Bus Group Limited acquired by the Cowie Group PLC on Thursday 1st August 1996.
- Cowie Group PLC renamed to Arriva PLC on Thursday 6th November 1997.
- Midland Fox Limited renamed to Arriva Fox County Limited on Thursday 2nd April 1998.
- Building frontage listed.
- Arriva Fox Country Limited renamed to Arriva Midlands Limited on Tuesday 24th October 2006.
- Site closed after the end of services on Saturday 11th July 2009, with operations passed to Coalville depot, Wigston depot and Thurmaston depot. Coach operations moved to Arriva Midlands Derby depot.
- Most part of building demolished, with listed frontage saved.