The Viking CX was a bus made by Albion between 1948 and 1952.

The Viking model announced in 1948 was intended primarily for the export market. It was fitted with the 9.91 litre engine used in the Venturer CX37 and Valiant CX39. The straight-framed CX41 was offered with both a 18ft 3in and a 20ft 6in wheelbases. The CX41 had a four speed gearbox as standard.

Two years later in 1950, a new Viking was announced in 19ft and 21ft wheelbase versions. This the HD61 had a five speed gearbox. This Viking was short-lived, by 1952 production had ceased.