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Epsom Coaches[1] is a coach operator in the United Kingdom, based in the Surrey town of Epsom. The coach business was established in the 1920s and operates a luxury fleet of mostly Setra coaches.

In the mid-1980s Epsom Coaches made the move into the bus market. In 2003, Epsom Coaches decided to rebrand its bus division as Quality Line and repainted its vehicles from their traditional cream and brown into allover red to comply with Transport for London requirements .On the 19 April 2012 Epsom Coaches was purchased by the RATP Group.[2][3]

It also operates a staff shuttle service for Epsom & St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust, using a fleet of two dedicated minibuses, between Epsom Hospital, Sutton Hospital and St Helier Hospital. These have their own special livery.

Since March 2012 Epsom Coaches have operated a London Victoria Coach Station to Wolverhampton service on behalf of National Express.[4]

See alsoEdit


  1. Companies House extract company no 281992 HR Richmond Limited
  2. RATP buys Epsom Coaches 20 April 2012
  3. 'Epsom Coaches Will Not Merge after French sale', says new MD Epsom Guardian 26 April 2012
  4. New National Express contract Epsom Coaches 15 March 2012

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