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In 1922, the founder of the company, Walter Alexander, decided that it would be beneficial to make buses for his own bus company (Alexander's Motor Service), so he, with the help of his son, launched '''W. Alexander & Sons Limited'''.
 
In 1922, the founder of the company, Walter Alexander, decided that it would be beneficial to make buses for his own bus company (Alexander's Motor Service), so he, with the help of his son, launched '''W. Alexander & Sons Limited'''.
   
In 1928, several of the major British railway companies bought into the Scottish Motor Traction Company Limited (SMT). Walter Alexander decided to sell his bodybuilding business to the SMT group in 1929, and through this action, received access to a vast supply of resources and services.
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In 1928, several of the major British railway companies bought into the [[Scottish Motor Traction|Scottish Motor Traction Company Limited]] (SMT). Walter Alexander decided to sell his bodybuilding business to the SMT group in 1929, and through this action, received access to a vast supply of resources and services.
   
 
One of their early bodies, the "Alexander Bluebird", was launched in 1934. It set new standards for buses style and comfort.
 
One of their early bodies, the "Alexander Bluebird", was launched in 1934. It set new standards for buses style and comfort.
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* [[Alexander Y Type|Y type]] - including AY and AYS types (A for alloy)
 
* [[Alexander Y Type|Y type]] - including AY and AYS types (A for alloy)
 
* W type
 
* W type
* M type - Motorway coach for Scottish Bus Group Anglo-Scottish services
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* M type - Motorway coach for [[Scottish Bus Group]] Anglo-Scottish services
 
* T type - including AT, TS, TC, TE (A for alloy, S for stage, C for coach, E for express)
 
* T type - including AT, TS, TC, TE (A for alloy, S for stage, C for coach, E for express)
 
* P type
 
* P type
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