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Service 419 operated by Birmingham & Midland Motor OC Ltd. (1932–1939)
For a short period before the Second Workd War, Birmingham and Midland Motor Omnibus Company Limited (BMMO—Midland “Red” Motor Services) operated Service 419 as a Hereford Market Day service between Hereford and Bartestree.
Service 419 operated by Birmingham & Midland Motor OC Ltd. (1946–1972)
Throughout the post-war period, Service 419 was a Ledbury Market-day service running one return journey each Tuesday between Coddington Turn, Bosbury and Ledbury. The route was extended in the late 1940s (by October 1949) to start and finish at Cradley School, and from 1954 was operated using a vehicle from Malvern depot that arrived in Cradley each morning on a school service.
Service 419 operated by Midland Red OC Ltd. (1978–1980)
From c. March 1978 to Thursday 28th August 1980, Service 419 was operated by Midland Red Omnibus Company Limited (MROC) between Bromyard, Tedstone Wafre and Clifton Upon Teme, as part of their Hereford area “Wandaward” MAP scheme. The service provided two return journeys on Thursdays only, for Market Day in Bromyard. This service partly replaced Se
Service 419 operated by Midland Red OC Ltd. (1980–1981)
A new Service 419 was introduced by Midland Red Omnibus Company Limited (MROC) on Saturday 30th August 1980, as part of revisions to the Hereford area “Wandaward” MAP scheme. The route was a variation of Service 420 linking Worcester, Bromyard, and Hereford. The majority of the route was the same as Service 420 but ran via Newtown, Shucknall, and Whitestone
Service 419 operated by Midland Red West (First Midland Red) General Information
Service 419 was introduced by Midland Red Omnibus Company Limited (MROC) as part of revisions to the “Wandaward” MAP scheme on Saturday 30th August 1980. The route was a variation of Service 420 linking Worcester, Bromyard, and Hereford. The majority of the route was the same as Service 420 but ran via Newtown, Shucknall, and Whitestone from Burley Gate to W
Service 419 operated by Midland Red (West) Ltd. (1981–1986)
Midland Red Omnibus Company Limited (MROC) ceased trading as a bus and coach operator at the end of operations on Saturday 5th September 1981, and all bus services and the resources to operate them were divided among four newly formed companies. Both Hereford depot and Worcester depot passed to Midland Red (West) Limited, so the operation of Service 419 and Ser
Service 419 operated by Midland Red West Ltd. (1986–1999)
After privatisation, the Worcester, Bromyard, and Hereford group of services underwent a number of changes as the new company experimented with ways to make improvements and keep the corridor profitable. This included a short-lived variation from Saturday 1st July 1989 to Friday 31st August 1990, which ran via Alfrick and Bransford between Knight
Service 419 operated by First Midland Red Buses Ltd. (1999–2004)
In 1997, Midland Red West Limited had become part of FirstBus, and the company renamed to First Midland Red Buses Limited on Friday 26th March 1999. Service 419 continued to be operated unchanged by Hereford depot. In 2004, new rules restricting the maximum length of local bus services to 50 kilometres (approx 31 miles) forced First to shorten the Service 420 r