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1994 - 1997
This article or section lacks a former logo at the moment. You can help Logopedia by uploading it here. Before the Rainbow Routes got rebranded in the early 2000s, this variety of routes was launched with six diffrerent routes: R10, R11, R12, R13, R14 and R15.
This route is the second Rainbow Route, which launched in 1997, and had an ocean blue colour. These buses had low floor, and a frequency of every 10 minutes.
Two of the Excels were replaced by Solars in July 2004, with: an upgraded look, more seats, and audio stop announcements. The rears of these buses were changed three times: 1 - a Trent Barton.co.uk advert. 2 - a route of love, and finally, 3 - really cool adverts of places to see, and do. The rest of them then came in late September- early October.
The Solars were then replaced by Versas, considering a Rainbow, and Rapid reload. The colour of the buses went even darker, and the name was changed. The Rainbow was kept, but, 1 was changed to the word, one. It even came with some awesome new features: free, and fast 4G Wi-Fi, USB sockets, creature comforts, a new timetable, and circles to stop confusion from happening.
- For other related logos and images see: Rainbow One/1997 Rears, Rainbow One/2004 Rears, Rainbow One/2007 Rears, Rainbow One/2013 Rears, and Rainbow One/2014 Rears.