Illustrated History for LHT730P

Chassis: VRT/SL3/358 Body: ECW 21133 Series 2
Engine: Gardner 6LXB Configuration: H43/27D
Status: Scrapped     Last Reported: 8/2007

Last updated : March 30th 2016 (brought up-to-date)

Simmons (Westward Travel), Kingswood. Latest fleet livery, by 2/2003. Withdrawn and used for spares, c11/2004. Finally broken up, 9/2007
3/2000 - 1/2002
Ball (Eagle Coaches), Bristol. Stored at Primrose's Whitchurch yard, by 1/2001. Loaned to Westward Travel, Kingswood, ?/2001 to sale
5/1993 - 3/2000
Eastville Coaches, Bristol (replacement for LHT728P). Rebuilt to H43/33F, 5/93. Repainted in "disposal" white livery, 2/2000
4/1993 - 5/1993
Simon Munden Coach Sales, Bristol (dealer)
7/1976 - 4/1993
Bristol Omnibus Company Ltd. C5064. Renumbered 5064, 8/78. Withdrawn 4/91

LHT730P almost scrapped
Photo : Martin Gould
LHT730P with Westward Travel
Photo : Carl Berry
LHT730P in Eastville livery
Photo : Rob Sly
LHT730P in City Line livery
Photo : Richard Field
LHT730P in City Rider livery
Photo : Rob Sly
LHT730P in NBC green livery
Photo : Steve White

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