Clair, London, Mistress Adriana Dusk, New York, Mistress Alina, New York, Lady Amanda, Hannover, Godess Athena, Houston, Domina Anita, Copenhagen, Mistress Anna Regent, London, Mistress Anna Valentina, Hollywood, Mistress Annabel, London, Aberrant Angel, Leeds, Mistress Angela, Los Angeles, Empress Angelique Blaque, Seattle, Mistress Abigail, Melbourne, Mistress Akasha, New Jersey, Mistress Alana, Bornemouth, Mistress Allanna, Virginia, Lady Allegra, Vienna, Lady Alejandra, Montreal, Lady Alesha, Punta Gorda, Mistress Alexia, London, Maitresse Alexa, Paris, Lady Alexa, Basel, Lady Alexa, Leonberg, Mrs.
Then each entry shows original operator, original fleet number, subsequent owners / fleet numbers if applicable, chassis type, chassis number in brackets if known, body type (and age if different from chassis age), body number in brackets if known, chassis build date, registration number, ownership details. The bodywork abbreviations are in the standard format, i.e.
'B', 'C' or 'DP' (for Bus, Coach or Dual-Purpose), followed by the seating capacity, then by the door position 'F', 'C', 'R' or 'D' (for Front, Centre, Rear or Dual).
Lisa, Virginia Beach, Mistress Lisa La Page, Blackpool, Mistress Lissette, New York, Lady Liz Lightspeed, Hollywood, Lady Liza, Bremen, Madame Loreen, The OWK, Comtessa Loredana, Mnchen, Priestess Lorelei, Manchester, Lady Lotus, Mnchen and Erfurt, Domina Louiza, Berlin, Lolita's Den of Iniquity, Los Angeles, Mistress Lorett, Huddersfeild, Louva, Paris, Ms.
Lowen, Columbus, Mistress Lubyanka, London, Lady Lucia, Mnchen, Mistress Lucinda, Philadelphia, Mistress Lucifera, Amsterdam, Meesteres Lucinda, Arnhem, Mistress Lucrezia, Milano, Mistress Lutece Lucero, Los Angeles, Mistress Lydia, New York, Lady Lydia, Seattle, Lady Lydia, Berlin, Lady Lynn, Frankfurt, Mistress M, New York, Lady Mac Laine, Berlin, Madame Madeleine, Berlin, Mistress Madeline, Hollywood, Madeleine Le Roy, Karlsruhe, Mistress Madeline, Detroit, Mistress Madieanne, Amsterdam, Magdeline, New York, Matresse Malycia, Montreal, Matresse Malvina, Clamart, Mrs.
Surprisingly, there are now over 600 vehicles in this list so the following links may be useful: My thanks to David Slater and John Godwin for starting me off with their 1993 book 'Preserved Buses Trolleys & Trams', and thanks also to the multitude of other sources (and owners) who give me snippets of information and help me keep it all up to date, particularly information from the PSV Circle.