Meanwhile DW55 has now been re-registered UWW3X, believe this used to belong to a Leyland Titan?
Nearly, it used to belong to a former Cambus & Stagecoach Leyland Olympian
... which was new originally to West Yorkshire PTE (Passenger Transport Executive) in 1982. Following bus deregulation and privatisation of the former PTEs in the later 1980s, Yorkshire Rider (as WYPTE had become) sold off many of its Olympians as due to their young age they had a relatively high value on the second-hand market.
Slough & Windsor service changes from Sunday 3rd November:
2 (Dedworth-Windsor-Slough): New timetable with regular hourly daytime service. Co-ordinated with route 10 to provide a regular 30-minute frequency between Dedworth and Windsor.
4 (Slough-Maidenhead): daily evening journeys operated by Thames Valley Buses under contract to Slough Borough Council revert to First Berkshire.
5 (Slough-Cippenham): minor changes to early morning journeys to improve reliability. New larger buses to increase capacity due to growing demand (three E200 MMCs which are already in service).
6 (Slough-Knolton Way): the Sunday service operated by Thames Valley Buses under contract to Slough Borough Council reverts to First Berkshire.
10/10A/10S (Dedworth-Windsor-Datchet-Heathrow Terminal 5): new timetable, with regular hourly daytime service developed in partnership with Heathrow Airport. Will incorporate route 11.
11/11S (Slough-Datchet-Heathrow Terminal 5): incorporated into route 10/10A. The schoolday 11S journeys are renumbered 10S.
15 (Slough-Eton Wick-Maidenhead): minor early morning timetable changes to improve reliability.
Fares: revised fares will be introduced, and fares on Thames Valley routes, Green Line 702/703 and Courtney Buses 16/16A (Maidenhead-Dedworth-Windsor) will be coordinated over common sections. Boost reduced-rate fares will be available to all passengers aged 5-18 inclusive.
Timetables will appear on both the Reading Buses and the Courtney Buses websites soon.
As well as the Slough and Windsor changes listed above, from Sunday 3rd November there will be timetable changes (mostly minor) on Courtney Buses routes 16/16A, 53, 128, 156, 162/162A and 171/172; and on Reading Buses "little oranges" routes 19B and 19C.
To clarify the route 10/10A and 11/11S changes: from 3rd November route 10 is simplified, with all journeys operating between Dedworth and Heathrow Terminal 5 as route 10 via Wraysbury. Garage journeys will no longer operate in service between Bracknell and Dedworth, and there will no longer be a service via Horton Village (numbered 10A). Occasional journeys will operate to and from Slough instead of Windsor & Dedworth; these will be numbered 10A (they would previously have been numbered 11) with the journeys via Slough Grammar School and Langley renumbered from 11S to 10S - interestingly the 10S journeys appear to operate on Monday-Friday non-schooldays as well.
Reading Buses has been working with Slough Borough Council and Heathrow Airport to develop a new route, linking Terminal 5 with Colnbrook Village, Iver, Shreding Green and Langley. The route will be numbered 459, which reintroduces an old London Country route number previously associated with the Iver area.
A full seven-days-a-week will commence from Monday 3rd February, with journeys from 03.00 until after midnight. However from Monday 4th November until Friday 20th December Reading Buses will be running a limited free preview service over the route between 09.30 and 14.30 on Mondays-Fridays, using a fully-electric vehicle. A second period of preview service will operate on Mondays-Fridays from Thursday 2nd to Friday 31st January, using a gas-powered single decker.