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Red and White publicity item 
 Red and White of Chepstow, as part of the Tilling group, was one of the original operators of this type of vehicle. The company was merged with Western Welsh in 1978, with the merged company then being named National Welsh later in the year. Red and White operated express coach services as part of the 'Associated Motorways' network. It also operated some, summer only, services under it's own name running between South Wales and Blackpool.
Three varieties of Red and White's tilling group livery are known to exist; Red and White Cream/Red (1), Red and White Cream/Red (2) and Red and White Cream/Red (3).
The Red and White numbering system is difficult for computers to cope with! Therefore the list of vehicles in the fleet list will look better sorted by registration number.
For fuller details of Red and White's history see this website.

For further information about Red and White, try looking for books on Amazon.
 Red and White Bristol RELH/ECW coach OAX9F
Photo copyright: Carl Berry


Other information available for Red and White's Bristol RELH/ECW coaches.
 Photos on the InternetList of photos on the Internet.
 Photos in booksList of photos available in books.
 Fleet ListFleet list of Red and White's RELHs.
 GaragesList of garages/depots that have operated these coaches.
 Fleet by yearDetails of these vehicles in fleet, broken down by year.
 Photo locationsPlaces that this companies RELHs have been photographed.

Vehicles still in existence
    RegistrationNumberCurrent Livery
 OAX9FRC968Red and White Cream/Red (1)
 SAX1GRC169Red and White Cream/Red (1)








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