Illustrated History for MUA45P


Chassis: LHS6L LHS/242 Body: ECW 21585 Series 2 Engine: Leyland O401 Configuration: DP27F
Status: Preserved     Last Reported: 9/2011

Last updated : October 16th 2011 (brought up-to-date)

6/2011 - current Merseyside Transport Trust (for further preservation)
8/2000 - 6/2011 Simon Turner & Warren McClintoch, Tingley (for further preservation). Kept at Keighley Bus Museum. Restored in WYPTE livery, by 7/2002. MetroTrain livery, c7/2007
11/1998 - 8/2000 Craig Ryan, Bradford (for further preservation)
9/1994 - 11/1998 C James, Slough (for further preservation)
11/1992 - 9/1994 P J Friend, ?, Surrey (for preservation)
6/1992 - 11/1992 Sopwell Travel, Towcester
4/1991 - 6/1992 Autodouble Ltd., Milton Keynes
5/1988 - 4/1991 Validford (Steve Stockdale Coaches), Selby
1/1987 - 5/1988 Brewer, Caerau. Operated by South Wales Transport (as No. 24), 1/88 to 2/88
11/1986 - 1/1987 Wood, Cawthorne (dealer)
11/1984 - 11/1986 Nottingham City Transport Ltd. 731. Withdrawn 10/86
5/1980 - 11/1984 Merseyside Passenger Transport Executive 2160
5/1976 - 5/1980 West Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive 45

Photo : Chris Tunstall

Photo : Simon Turner

Photo : David Sykes

Photo : Rob Sly

Photo : BVRES Collection

Photo : From the Internet

     
     
     
     
     
     

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