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Formed in 1930, this small South Wales company provided an express service between Cardiff and Swansea, also serving those towns whose names were shown along the roof side of each coach. Originally painted in a cream livery, the vehicles were nicknamed 'Flying Bananas' but the change to a brown livery changed the nickname to 'Brown Bombers'! Two new AEC Reliance with Panorama I bodywork were delivered in February 1967 and were the first Plaxton bodies the company had purchased scince 1946. A similar vehicle was delivered a year later and was to become the last delivery before tyhe company passed to the THC. The efficient service survived until 1971, when the company was absorbed into the SWT company.