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Hello friends,

Some pics of bus in Morocco taken during my various trips to the country from 2007 to 2011.
Be carefull : some models may hurt your eyes!!! :)  B-)

 

City of Meknes (City bus Meknes)

The Iveco model former bus of Madrid network. Very few still run today, or in a state more than pathetic.

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Beautiful plume isn't it? :P

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With new paint scheme (not the final)

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The final paint scheme

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Finished for Meknes, another Moroccan city in my next post.

 

C.U.Soon,

Laurent (JFK)

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This just shows what kind of sick things the rich elite are into. That's not all either, there are also plenty of child sex rings that these very same interest support. It is just insane.

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This just shows what kind of sick things the rich elite are into. That's not all either, there are also plenty of child sex rings that these very same interest support. It is just insane.

Sorry, I did not meant to say this. It was for another thread. I was going to say that most of these buses look ancient.

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This just shows what kind of sick things the rich elite are into. That's not all either, there are also plenty of child sex rings that these very same interest support. It is just insane.

where was this supposed to go?

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City of Agadir & Inezgane (RATAG, ZETRAP & GAP)

All these bus companies have recently been replaced by a single company of Urban Transport: Alsa Agadir (currently no photos).

 

RATAG busses, old municipal transit authority

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ZETRAP busses, private company

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GAP busses, private company

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All these vehicles are quickly damaged by sea salt and poor local conditions. Without speaking of the lack of maintenance and repair to the fashion of the country.

 

Finished for Agadir & Inezgane, another Moroccan city in my next post.

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City of Rabat (HANABUS, STHB, AHSSAN BUS, RAHABUS, STB, SocTraB & LUX TRANSPORT)

Before the arrival of the tramway in the capital and the new bus transit authority of the city.

 

HANABUS RABAT busses, private company.

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AHSSAN BUS busses, private company (same group as Meknes City bus).

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Following soon... provided did not horrify by some models of bus! ;) 

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