Illustrated History for HDL412N


Chassis: LHS6L LHS/223 Body: ECW 21572 Series 2 Engine: Leyland O401 Configuration: B35F, DP37F
Status: Scrapped     Last Reported: 9/1996

Last updated : December 20th 2014 (brought up-to-date)

by 4/1997
?, ?. Presumed scrapped
9/1996 - ?/199?
Gascoine (East Devon Buses), Crediton 50
7/1996 - 9/1996
Edgecumbe, Seaton
10/1995 - 7/1996
Gascoine (East Devon Buses), Sandford. Numbered 50, 5/1996
7/1989 - 10/1995
Hannell, Speke (non-PCV). Used as a mobile carpet showroom. Converted to DP37F and used by Merseypride Travel, 1/94. Loaned to Hunter, Garston, ?/94. Loaned to Peers, Norris Green, 4/95 to 7/95
6/1989 - 7/1989
Bogue, Castlecaulfield (dealer)
11/1987 - 6/1989
British Airways, Gatwick CC6001 (non-PCV). Withdrawn 12/88
1/1983 - 11/1987
British Caledonian Airways, Gatwick 02 (non-PCV)
1/1983 - 1/1983
Ensign, Purfleet (dealer)
7/1975 - 1/1983
Southern Vectis Omnibus Company Ltd. 836. Withdrawn 8/82
HDL412N with Merseypride

Photo : Stephen Day

HDL412N with British Caledonian

Photo : Cliff Essex

HDL412N in NBC green livery

Photo : Clive A Brown

   
     









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