RML 2414 was built by AEC Park Royal in 1966 and entered passenger service with London Transport (country area) at Hemel Hempstead (HH) garage and operated on route 347 and 347a
The bus was transferred to various London Country garages during its history.
3/1975 WR into store 5/1975 LH change store (Leatherhead), then to repaint 5/1975 WR from repaint WR in store 3/1976 WR and out again 1/1977 WR 9/1977 WR used on 441B 11/1978 bought by London Transport 3/1979 FW trainer, green
Into Aldenham for overhaul, retained her B2414, and painted red.
9/1988 S used on route 12 (Shepherds Bush) 1990 Fitted with a new Cummins C series engine replacing the AEC AV.590 to clean up the emissions 1992 refurbished with new “Crushed Strawberry” seat moquette
11/1994 S privatised, London United, for route 9, and route 94 12/1997 S London United 1999 S
3/2002 S covered gold vinyl for Queen's Jubilee: operated on routes 9 & 94. RML2414 was 1 of 15 Routemasters to be painted Gold for Her Majesty’s Golden Jubilee.
8/2003 Resprayed back to red at Fulwell Garage Centenary Open Day 1/2004 S withdrawn 1/2004 V into store (Turnham Green) 1/2004 sold to M.Nash (Weybridge)
4/2004 Bought by RML 2414 Preservation Group, Surrey 11/2011 Bought by Traditional Travel Ltd and ready for private hire
Traditional Travel Ltd - Routemaster Buses for All Occasions
4/1969 HH to Aldenham repaint, and return 1/1970 HH transfer to London Country 10/1972 HG transfer into store (Hertford) 12/1972 HG to repaint 12/1972 HH from repaint 1973 HH 2/1974 HE transfer (High Wycombe) 1/1974 WR transfer (Windsor)