Illustrated History for KDL145F


Chassis: FLF6G 236255 Body: ECW 17006 Series 2 Engine: Gardner 6LX Configuration: H38/32F, O38/32F
Status: Scrapped     Last Reported: 3/2007

Last updated : April 23rd 2015 (brought up-to-date)

11/2006 Jumper Productions Inc., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Damaged beyond repair during the filming of the film The Jumper, 12/2006. Parts salvaged and remains scrapped, 3/2007
by 6/2003 - 11/2006 The Bus & Boat Company, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Converted to O38/32F, by 6/2003. Used on sightseeing tours, 6/2003
3/1993 - ?/200? McKeil, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Painted red and kept on a barge at the harbour, by 8/98. Derelict, by 2/2002. Gone, c7/2002
4/1992 - 3/1993 Gray Coach Lines, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 1970. Rebuilt with offside door, by 4/92
?/199? - 4/1992 Stagecoach Scotland Ltd. 086. Withdrawn 1/92
by 8/1990 - ?/199? Stagecoach, Perth 086
4/1988 - ?/1990 Magicbus (Scotland) Ltd., 086
2/1986 - 4/1988 Stagecoach, Perth 086. To service, 6/86
by 12/1982 - 2/1986 Kinross Investments, Kinross (non-PCV)
8/1982 - ?/1982 Muir, Kinross (dealer)
3/1973 - 8/1982 Scottish Omnibuses Ltd. (Eastern Scottish) AA991
1/1968 - 3/1973 Southern Vectis Omnibus Company Ltd. 621. Withdrawn 3/73

Photo : Roger Hardy

Photo : Modelstone Bus Club

Photo : Peter Relf

Photo : Busspotter

 KDL145F in 1970
Photo : Phil Darlington
 



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