|Service type||Bus services|
|Fleet||23 (September 2013)|
In 1890 William Smith began a horse drawn passenger service. After a taxi operation commenced in 1910, a 14-seat Ford Model T bus was purchased in 1919 and services commenced to Grantham, Spalding and Stamford. In May 1941 the business was incorporated.
As at October 2013 Delaine Buses operated eight bus routes.
From the 1930s to the 1990s, the majority of vehicles in the Delaine fleet were of Bedford or Leyland manufacture. Since 1995 Delaine has standardised on Volvos with East Lancs body, followed by switching over to Wrights in 2009 after East Lancs has merged with Optare.
Preserved Leyland Titan in September 2006
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