Gallery Back Save A History of Canberra's Buses facebook SHARE twitter TWEET email google-plus linkedin reddit More The Canberra Times has put together photos showing our bus network, from decades ago right up until the modern day. Previous slide Next slide ACTION buses leaving Northbourne Avenue teminal. Articulated ACTION bus in narrow street. Restoration of an old bus at Belconnen Bus Depot. Photo: ACT Heritage Library Articulated bus in Bicentennial colours. Grahame Cooke of Action with Bicentennial Authority's Meredith Hinchcliffe. ACTION articulated bus demonstration at East Basin. Photo: Gerrit Fokkema ACTION buses at Woden senior citizens club. Photo: David Foote Ted Hooper at the wheel of a 1932 ACTION regal bus. Photo: Gary Schafer 1985 Royal Visit: Prince Charles boards an ACTION bus. Photo: ACT Heritage Library ACTION bus memorabilia. Passengers wait by a bus shelter as the ACTION bus driver assists another passenger boarding the bus. Photo: ACT Heritage Library Articulated ACTION bus outside the Treasury Building in Parkes. Photo: ACT Heritage Library An ACTION bus today. Photo: Holly Treadaway The newest ACTION buses. Photo: Kate Leith Ian Trewhella from Monash tries out the new articulated ACTION bus. It is the first of 20 new articulated buses with greater accessibility. Photo: Jeffrey Chan ACTION bus driver Paul Coleman in the new articulated ACTION bus during the launch at Civic Square. Photo: Jeffrey Chan The first of 20 new articulated ACTION buses with greater accessibility. Photo: Jeffrey Chan of More Galleries Previous Next ACT Olympians and Paralympians officially welcomed back to Canberra. Cartoons of the week: September 25, 2016 Government House Open Day Clubs ACT public rally held at the Raiders Belconnen oval War Memorial exhibition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait military stories. Canberra Times Spring photo competition 2016 (gallery 1) Cartoons of the week: September 19, 2016 Canberra students learn about farm life at EPIC.