Service 413: Timetable Changes
22nd July 1962
- Sunday-only Service 413 (Birmingham, Worcester, Great Malvern, Ledbury, Symonds Yat) is rerouted to run via M5 and M50 motorways between Worcester and Ross-On-Wye, no longer serving Great Malvern and Ledbury etc.
2nd October 1976
Malvern depot closedShow All
Midland Red Omnibus Company Limited (MROC) closed Malvern depot at the end of operations on Friday 1st October 1976. All local â€œMâ€-prefix services are withdrawn, and a number of long-distance services in the area are either withdrawn or cut-back. From Saturday 2nd October 1976, a new network of services in the Malvern area is introduced, operated by Worcester depot.
- New Sunday-only Service 413 is introduced, running hourly between Worcester, Powick, Malvern Link, Belmont and Great Malvern.
13th January 1979
â€œSevernLinkâ€ Market Analysis ProjectShow All
On Saturday 13th January 1979, Midland Red Omnibus Company Limited (MROC) introduced the â€œSevernLinkâ€ Market Analysis Project (MAP) scheme in the Worcester, Bromsgrove and Malvern areas.
- Service 412 and Service 413 (Worcester, Malvern Link and Great Malvern) are withdrawn and partly replaced by extending Service 144 from Worcester to Great Malvern, running via Powick, Malvern Link, Pound Bank and Barnards Green. Two morning peak-time Service 144 journeys continue to Malvern Wells.