Illustrated History for JAH404L


Chassis: VRT/SL2/418 Body: ECW Engine: Gardner 6LX Configuration: H43/31F
Status: For Spares     Last Reported: 11/2016

Last updated : November 19th 2016 (brought up-to-date)

11/2016 - current Neil Halliday, Shipley (preservationist for spares)
10/2007 - 11/2016
?, Fransham (non-PCV). For conversion to a mobile home but not completed
5/2006 - 10/2007 Konectbus, Dereham (publicity vehicle)
1/2006 - 5/2006 Escrick Bus & Coach Preservation (for preservation)
by 5/2004 - 1/2006 Bristol Television Film Services (non-PCV)
by 12/1999 - ?/200? Equinox Hospitality, Bristol (non-PCV)
by 1/1999 - ?/1999 London Bus Export Company, Lydney (dealer)
9/1997 - ?/199? Ripley, Carlton (dealer)
6/1993 - 9/1997 Kentish Bus & Coach 974 (non-PCV publicity vehicle)
?/199? - 6/1993 Ensign, Rainham (dealer)
10/1991 - ?/199? Capital Citybus, Dagenham (hospitality vehicle)
?/19?? - 10/1991 Frontrunner Buses (South East) Ltd., Dagenham (hospitality vehicle)
5/1989 - ?/19?? Ensign, Purfleet (dealer)
?/198? - 5/1989 Teamserve, Bromley (hospitality vehicle)
by 9/1987 - ?/198? Ensign, Purfleet (dealer). Converted for use as a hospitality vehicle, by 9/1987
9/1984 - ?/1987 Cambus Ltd. 618. Withdrawn 1/87
3/1973 - 9/1984 Eastern Counties Omnibus Company Ltd. VR404

Photo : Dave Beardmore

Photo : Julian Patterson

Photo : BVRES Collection

Photo : Busspotter

Photo : Peter Relf

Photo : BVRES Collection

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