Illustrated History for OUD482T


Chassis: VRT/SL3/1544 Body: ECW 23069 Series 2 Engine: Gardner 6LXB Configuration: H43/31F
Status: Playbus     Last Reported: 10/2007

Last updated : November 5th 2016 (brought up-to-date)

4/1997 - current Horrocks, Brockton. Repainted allover blue, 8/2003. Used as a static private playbus, by 10/2007
2/1997 - 4/1997 Pye, Worthen
1/1997 - 2/1997 Morgan (Bygone Tours), Staplehurst
4/1994 - 1/1997 Williams, Etchinghill (Terminal Tours). Believed to be the first double decker through the Channel Tunnel soon after opening. Numbered 7 shortly before sale
3/1994 - 4/1994 Palmer & Hoar, Dunstable
3/1994 - 3/1994 Southern Bus Sales, Burnham, Bucks (dealer)
11/1978 - 3/1994 City of Oxford Motor Services Ltd. 482. Renumbered temporarily to 932 on delivery until clearance under the Railway Station bridge in Oxford became available in ??/79. Withdrawn 1/94

Photo : Neil Markwick

Photo : Viceroy44

Photo : Chris Finch

Photo : Bryan Mann

Photo : BVRES Collection

 

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