Illustrated History for DHW350W


Chassis: VRT/SL3/2916 Body: ECW 24435 Series 2 Engine: Leyland O680 - Gardner 6LXB Configuration: H43/31F
Status: Exported     Last Reported: 4/2023

Last updated : April 30th 2023 (brought up-to-date)

by 6/2013 - current Bogi Jˇnsson, Gardur, Iceland. Converted for use as the Happy Hippy cafe, by 8/2017
by 5/2012 - ?/2013 Travel Bus, Hafnarfj÷r­ur, Iceland
c5/2001 - ?/20?? KFUM, Reykjavik, Iceland (mobile youth centre). Stored 4km outside Reykjavik, by 5/2007
2/2000 - ?/2001 John Davies, Winchcombe (dealer). Kept at London Bus Export Company, Lydney
7/1997 - 2/2000 Circle Line Coach & Omnibus Company Ltd. 1350. Stagecoach stripes overpainted in green, by 8/1997. Withdrawn 12/1999
1/1995 - 7/1997 Cheltenham District Traction Company Ltd. 225. Refurbished, 6/1996
9/1983 - 1/1995 Cheltenham & Gloucester Omnibus Company Ltd. 5528. Re-engined with Gardner 6LXB, 1/1994. Renumbered 225, 7/1994
8/1981 - 9/1983 Bristol Omnibus Company Ltd. 5528












DHW350W in 2023
Photo : Bernie Hayes
DHW350W in 2012

Photo : Travel Bus

DHW350W in 2003

Photo : Haraldur Gudjonsson

DHW350W in modified Stagecoach livery with Circle Line

Photo : Mick Templeton

DHW350W in Stroud Valleys livery

Photo : Steve White

DHW350W in 1985

Photo : Kelvin Amos

DHW350W in 1983
Photo : Cliff Essex


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