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MMTB AEC Regal Mark III No. 537


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MMTB AEC Regal Mark IV No. 622


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MMTB AEC Regal Mark IV No. 624


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MMTB AEC Regal Mark VI No 759


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MMTB AEC Regal Mark VI No 776


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MTA Volvo B59 No 850


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MMTB Tower Truck Bedford No 17


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SECV Ballarat Road Roller "Jelbart"


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MMTB Horse-drawn Cable Spooling Wagon


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M&MTB buses started making an appearance on Melbourne streets replacing Cable Car trams on various routes from the 1930’s.  Over time the MMTB bus network grew with depots located at Footscray, Elwood, Sandringham, Doncaster and North Fitzroy.


The MMTB and SECV also required specialised vehicles to maintain their networks. A few examples are currently present at the Tramway Heritage Centre.