Illustrated History for GTX751W


Chassis: VRT/SL3/2613 Body: ECW 24240 Series 2 Engine: Leyland O501 Configuration: H43/31F, CH40/27F, CH40/34F
Status: Used for Spares
    Last Reported: 5/2009

Last updated : November 25th 2016 (brought up-to-date)

10/2007 - current Chepstow Classic Buses, Chepstow. Not yet in service
2/2005 - 10/2007 Robert & Ieuan Price, Merthyr Tydfil (for preservation)
7/2002 - 2/2005 Brent Thomas, Pontypridd. Moved to Tonypandy, by 9/2004
3/2002 - 6/2002 Millington (GM Buses), Cefn Crybbwr
4/2000 - 3/2002 Eastville Coaches, Bristol
4/1998 - 4/2000 Lewis, Long Ashton. Painted in two shade of yellow livery, by 7/98. Withdrawn by 11/98. Hired to Burrows, Ogmore Vale, c3/99. Painted in white with black window surrounds, 9/99
3/1997 - 4/1998 Eastville Coaches, Bristol. Converted to CH40/34F before entry in service
1/1997 - 3/1997 PVS, Carlton (dealer, reported for scrap but sold on)
4/1992 - 1/1997 Southend Transport Ltd. 382. Renumbered 4382, by 10/94. Withdrawn by 2/96
3/1992 - 4/1992 Lister, Bolton (dealer)
2/1992 - 3/1992 Tellings Golden Miller (Rhondda Buses). Withdrawn 3/92
19/1980 - 2/1992 National Welsh Omnibus Services Ltd. LR727. Altered to CH40/27F, ??/??. Sponsored by Llanfair Primary School and named "Dennis The Double Decker", c3/90. Withdrawn 1/92

Photo : Dave Beardmore

Photo : Ivor Bufton

Photo : Rob Sly

Photo : Ian Kirby

Photo : Ian Kirby

 
     
     

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