Illustrated History for JHW107P


Chassis: VRT/SL3/130 Body: ECW Engine: Leyland O501 - Gardner 6LXB Configuration: H43/27D, O43/29F
Status: Exported     Last Reported: 6/2018

Last updated : June 22nd 2018 (brought up-to-date)

?/2016 - current
Unknown owner in Krakow, Poland
8/2010 - ?/2016
Fovilim, Warsaw, Poland
10/2009 - 8/2010 Shropshire Bus & Coach, Wem
8/2009 - 10/2009 Matthew Reynolds, Bristol (for further preservation)
7/2008 - 8/2009 Stroud RE Group, Stroud (for preservation). Blue livery touched up with yellow to create City of Gloucester livery, 7/2008
4/2008 - 7/2008 Chepstow Classic Buses, Chepstow. Allover blue livery, c6/2008
2/2005 - 4/2008 First Devon & Cornwall Ltd. 39907. Used on the Penwith Tour, 6/2005
7/2003 - 2/2005 First Somerset & Avon Buses Ltd. 8615. Renumbered 39907, 1/2004. Only VR used on the last day of First Tour service in Bath, 14/11/2004
3/1999 - 7/2003 First Bristol Buses Ltd. (Guide Friday) 8615. First Tour livery, 4/2003
1/1996 - 3/1999 Bristol Omnibus Company Ltd. (Badgerline) 8615
1/1986 - 1/1996 Badgerline Ltd. 8615
2/1976 -  1/1986 Bristol Omnibus Company Ltd. C5033. Renumbered 5033, 8/1978. Re-engined with Gardner 6LXB, by 9/1983. Loaned to South Midland at Bicester depot, winter 1984. Rebuilt to O43/29F by Hants & Dorset Engineering, 2/1985. Renumbered 8615, 3/1985
















Photo : From the Internet

Photo : Carl Berry

Photo : Andy Powis

Photo : Chris Bowles

Photo : Ian Kirby

Photo : Dave Beardmore

Photo : John Hammond

Photo : Mark Pitman

JHW107P in Roman City livery
Photo : CWG43

Photo : Rob McCaffrey

Photo : BVRES Collection

 

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