|Locale||South West England|
|Hubs||Truro bus station|
|Fleet||70 (February 2008)|
Truronian was formed in September 1987 by former Western National managers Ken Branchett, David Rabey and Geoff Rumbles. In 1988, the business of Flora Motors, Helston, was purchased, followed in 1993 by CR Williams Coaches, St Agnes.
The holiday business ceased in November 2011. In March 2012, the trading name was sold to Newell's Travel, which now produce, organise and operate a British, Irish and Continental Holidays programme still under the Truronian banner.
- Companies House extract company no 2140599 Truronian Limited
- Companies House extract company no 623661 CR Wiliams (Coaches) Limited
- Truronian West Country Historic Omnibus & Transport Trust Web News 31
- Citaro arctics for Truronian's Eden route Archived 25 December 2013 at the Wayback Machine. Bus & Coach 20 June 2006
- First to buy Truronian Archived 24 December 2013 at the Wayback Machine. Bus & Coach 15 February 2008
- First takes over Truronian buses BBC News 8 April 2008
- Truronian Holidays to cease trading BBC News 31 May 2011
- Welcome to Truronian Holidays Truronian Holidays