Illustrated History for LEU256P


Chassis: VRT/SL3/260 Body: ECW 20942 Series 2
Engine: Gardner 6LXB Configuration: H43/27D, O43/27D
Status: Scrapped     Last Reported: 8/2006

Last updated : March 28th 2016 (brought up-to-date)

8/2006
Flashman, Gunnislake (dealer for scrap)
2/2005 - 8/2006
First Devon & Cornwall Ltd. 39906. Moved to Camborne, 7/2005. To service on Penwith Explorer, 4/2006. Withdrawn following an accident, 6/2006
7/2003 - 2/2005
First Somerset & Avon Buses Ltd. 8620. Renumbered 39906, 1/2004
3/1999 - 7/2003
First Bristol Buses Ltd. (Guide Friday) 8620. Repainted in latest Guide Friday livery, 2/2001.  Bath Tour livery, 5/2003
1/1996 - 3/1999
Bristol Omnibus Company Ltd. (Guide Friday) 8620
3/1989 - 1/1996
Badgerline Ltd. 8620. Named "King Edgar"
6/1976 - 3/1989
Bristol Omnibus Company Ltd. C5048. Renumbered 5048, 8/78. Rebuilt to O43/27D,  ?/198?


LEU256P in First livery
Photo : Rob Sly
LEU256P in "swoopy" Guide Friday livery
Photo : Jevon Smith
LEU256P in Guide Friday livery
Photo : Terry Lawson
LEU256P in Badgerline Guide Friday livery
Photo : Rob Sly
LEU256P in City Tourer livery
Photo : Rob Sly
LEU256P in NBC green livery
Photo : Andy Mitchell

   If you can correct or enhance the history of the vehicle or claim copyright on an unclaimed photo on this page please email rob@robsly.com and I will be only too happy to incorporate your comments.  

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