Illustrated History for KTT42P


Chassis: LH6L LH/1139 Body: ECW 21659 Series 2 Engine: Leyland O401 Configuration: B43F
Status: Preserved     Last Reported: 6/2016

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

by 1/2016 - current
Unknown owner in Devon (non-PCV). Converted for use as a caravan
c7/2009 - ?/201?
Vince Nelson, Bedlington (for further preservation)
11/2004 - ?/2009 Terry Partridge, Saltash (for further preservation)
6/2003 - 11/2004 James Pratt, Exeter (for further preservation). Restored in Devon General livery, 7/2003. 50% share sold to Terry Bennett,Sherborne, c9/2003
by 11/2002 - 6/2003 Simon Stanley, Gloucester (for further preservation)
2/2001 - ?/2002 Barton & Jeal, Lowestoft (for further preservation)
8/2000 - 2/2001 Great Yarmouth Transport Society (for further preservation)
10/1997 - 8/2000 Keogh, Exeter (for further preservation). NBC poppy red livery, by 2/99. Loaned to Red Bus at Barnstaple, c3/2000. Loaned to Western National, 6/2000 to 8/2000
11/1996 - 10/1997 West of England Transport Collection, Winkleigh (for preservation)
6/1985 - 11/1996 Lincolnshire County Council (non-PCV). To PCV service (Translinc) 6777, 5/92
5/1985 - 6/1985 PVS, Carlton (dealer)
by 4/1985 - 6/1985 Norths, Sherburn-in-Elmet (dealer)
?/1985 - ?/1985 Sykes, Barnsley (dealer)
7/1984 - ?/1985  National Coal Board, Allerton Bywater (non-PCV)
7/1984 - 7/1984 PVS, Carlton (dealer)
1/1983 - 7/1984 Devon General Ltd. 112. Withdrawn 3/84
9/1975 - ?/19?? Western National Omnibus Company Ltd. (Devon General) 112. Retained poppy red livery throughout
KTT42P in 2016

Photo : Luke Sherwood

Photo : Terry Partridge

Photo : Peter Horrex

 
 

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