Illustrated History for LEU262P


Chassis: VRT/SL3/266 Body: ECW 20948 Series 2 Engine: Gardner 6LXB Configuration: H43/27D, H43/27F
Status: Exported     Last Reported: 9/2017

Last updated : September 21st 2017 (brought up-to-date)

by 9/2017 - current
Skate Agora, Badalona, Spain. Used for storage but once a year taken to the adjacent car park and used as a control tower for a skateboarding event
by 10/2008 - ?/201? ?, Coruna, Spain (travellers). Converted for use as a caravan. Abandoned at Astoriga when it broke down at a service station. Moved to Llobregat, by 10/2009. Moved to Badalona, by 4/2017
5/1999 - ?/200? Pro-Fab SL, Cabanas, Spain (dealer). For further distribution for non-PCV work in Spain
8/1998 - 5/1999 Simon Munden, Bristol (dealer). Shipped to Spain via Plymouth docks, 28/5/99
2/1996 - 8/1998 Bristol Omnibus Company Ltd. (Durbin) 5501. Repainted in Durbin white livery, by 8/96. Withdrawn 8/98
3/1991 - 2/1996 Durbin Coaches Ltd. (Orange Bus Company). Altered to H43/27F, 5/95
8/1990 - 3/1991 Teagle, Bedminster
8/1990 - 8/1990 Wacton, Bromyard (dealer)
8/1990 - 8/1990 Munden, Bristol (dealer) for recertification
7/1976 - 8/1990 Bristol Omnibus Company Ltd. C5054. Renumbered 5054, 8/78. Loaned to South Wales Transport, 2/84 to 3/84 (in exchange for RTH919S). Withdrawn 8/90
LEU262P in 2017
Photo : David Jory

Photo : From the Internet

Photo : From the Internet

Photo : Steve White

Photo : Steve White

Photo : Bill Barlow

     
     



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