Posted by: SB Websites | February 12, 2015

Leven Valley New Liveries


Leven Valley; an independent bus operator based in South Bank operating across Teesside partnered with the Proctor’s Business consortium on Sunday 31st November 2013 with the new trading name of Leven Valley Limited. The operations are now based at Compass Royston’s depot at Bowesfield Lane in Stockton; this therefore allowed a new setup to exist within the Procters group, with the Compass Royston name focusing on Coaching & Private Hire Work with Leven Valley operating all the service work. Therefore this change occurred a major change in fleet with both vehicles being used by the company and a new livery, all over yellow with Compass Royston style Leven Valley logos. However this brand idea was designed half way through the repainting so the vehicles within the fleet where several different variations which are all included below. Also with this change a brand new Optare Solo SR M890 was purchased in the new standard livery, next with the B7RLE now in the standard livery, then their ALX200 Dart wearing the earlier white version and an MPD wearing the original logos which was transferred from the Compass Royston company.







  1. Very nice, Keiron.

    I do think, that the Leven Valley fleet look a bit “untidy” because of the different variations of the liveries. Also, in my opinion, red and green doesn’t mix, especially if its on yellow, they could have at least chose a better suiting livery.


  2. Personally i like the old livery better.
    I think some operators are trying to save money by having a simple livery.
    Great work as usual Keiron! 🙂

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