The British bus industry has been home to some of the brightest and boldest liveries to grace public transport. The most creative period arguably stems from the late-1970s to mid-1980s, when the government slowly broke up and privatised its National Bus Company (who oversaw all bus operations in the UK until that point).
New operators took the opportunity to go big with their colours, logos and schemes across their fleets, proclaiming a new sense of excitement and freedom for the industry. Most of the liveries you'll find here are from around that era (but there are some earlier and later too!)
All designs are available in three sizes - printed on 170gsm matte paper stock.
On-screen colours shown here may differ slightly from final printed poster colours. All final printed colours have been sourced from original photographs and colour references from the relevant era.