Illustrated History for MOU739R


Chassis: VRT/SL3/394 Body: ECW 21791 Series 2 Engine: Gardner 6LXB Configuration: H43/27D, H43/28F
Status: Scrapped
    Last Reported: 10/2015

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

9/2015
Hirst, Bullington Cross (dealer for scrap). Broken up, 10/2015
1/2009 - 9/2015
Wayne Ball, Inkpen (for preservation)
9/2003 - 1/2009 Peter Bailey (Black & White Motorways), Winchester. Stored, 7/2006
2/2003 - 9/2003 Simon Munden, Bristol (dealer)
7/2000 - 2/2003 Squires (Duchy Travel), Newton Abbott
5/2000 - 7/2000 Munden, Bristol (dealer). Not collected by Duchy until 12/2000 so used by Abus, Bristol in 9/2000
2/1996 - 5/2000 Cheltenham & Gloucester Omnibus Company Ltd. (Stagecoach Cirencester) 204. Contract fleet, by 6/96. Aircraft blue contract livery, 12/96. Loaned to Cheltenham District, 3/2000. Withdrawn by 4/2000
8/1993 - 2/1996 Cheltenham District Traction Company Ltd. 5065. Renumbered 204, 7/94. Stored, 8/95 (for school holidays only). Loaned to Circle Line, 30/10 to 20/12/95 and again 1/96. Withdrawn 1/96
9/1983 - 8/1993 Cheltenham & Gloucester Omnibus Company Ltd. 5065. Rebuilt to H43/28F, 1/88. Loaned to Swindon & District in 3/93
10/1976 - 9/1983 Bristol Omnibus Company Ltd. G5065. Delivered with Cheltenham fleetnames in error, 9/76. Corrected with Gloucester fleetnames before entering service, 10/76. Renumbered 5065, ??/81
   

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