Illustrated History for GTX761W


Chassis: LHS6L LHS/380 Body: ECW 24709 Series 2 Engine: Leyland O401 Configuration: DP27F
Status: Preserved     Last Reported: 8/2015

Last updated : September 15th 2015 (brought up-to-date)

7/2015 - currentMartin Detheridge (London Bus 4 Hire), Usk (for further preservation)
1/2007 - 7/2015
Tony Hill, Stroud (for further preservation). Restored in National Welsh dual-purpose livery, 8/2007
12/2006 - 1/2007 Simon Stanley, Bristol & Matt Carroll, Cardiff (for further preservation)
1/1999 - 12/2006 Allen & Bairstow, Nottingham (for preservation). Kept at the Nottingham Heritage Centre, Ruddington. Painted in green and white livery, by 5/2000
4/1996 - 1/1999 Cygnet, Darton 14. Withdrawn by 9/96
9/1990 - 4/1996 United Automobile Services Ltd. 1901. Withdrawn 9/90. Reinstated 9/91. Loaned to Tees & District Transport (used for staff travel in Hartlepool), 9/93 to c11/93. Withdrawn 4/96
7/1989 - 9/1990 Trimdon Motor Services, Trimdon Grange. Numbered 1901, ??/??
?/198? - 7/1989 Lakeland, Hurst Green
1/1986 - ?/198? Ensign, Purfleet (dealer)
12/1980 - 1/1986 National Welsh Omnibus Services Ltd. MD8026. Renumbered MD1394, ??/??

Photo : Andy Powis

Photo : Dave Beardmore

Photo : Gary Trotter

Photo : Mark Harrington

Photo : BVRES Collection

Photo : Niagarekoja

     









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