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ILLUSTRATED FLEET HISTORY - ATHELSTAN OF CHIPPENHAM 

Last Updated : September 19th 2017 (under construction)

This page lists all Bristol REs and LHs operated by Overland & County including links to all photos currently in the BVRES Collection showing the liveries carried by individual vehicles. If you have any further information or photos I would be delighted to hear from you at rob@robsly.com

Registration

Chassis Number

Date Acquired

Date Withdrawn and Sold Notes
ADG336K RELH4/364 ?/1986 (Jorvik Tours of York)
?/1988 (SCRAPPED)  
UTT561J RELH4/348 Not known (North Devon 2392) 3/1987 (Warwickshire Buses of Coventry)  
YNV210J RELH4/381 ?/1986 (United Counties 210) 9/1987 (Mott of Stoke Mandeville)  
CSU960 (ex-KRP217L) RELH4/607 ?/1986 (United Counties 217) 9/1987 (Mott of Stoke Mandeville)  
CJB587J RELH4/400 Not known (Alder Valley 62)
?/1988 (Parfitt of Rhymney Bridge)
CJB590J RELH4/403 Not known (Alder Valley 65)
6/1989 (Parfitt of Rhymney Bridge)  
NNK821P
LHL/244
Not known (Lock of SW6)
?/1988 (Laws of Killingworth)

VPR862X LHS/390 ?/1986 (Derby Corporation 28) 8/1989 (Hatts of Foxham)  
CSU932 (ex-SFJ118R) LH/1402 Not known (Devon General 3118) 3/1988 (Argyll Coaches of Wemyss Bay)  
CSU934 (ex-SFJ121R)
LH/1410
Not known (Devon General 3121) ?/1988 (Brotherton of Rachub)

CSU977 (ex-SFJ133R) LH/1424 Not known (Western National 3113)
3/1988 (Argyll Coaches of Wemyss Bay)  
AFJ695T
LH/1528
Not known (Devon General 3134) 3/1988 (Argyll Coaches of Wemyss Bay)
CSU978 (ex-PTT101R)
LH/1311
Not known (Western National 3401) ?/1988 (Brotherton of Rachub)
CSU979 (ex-PTT102R)
LH/1312
Not known (Western National 3402) 3/1988 (Argyll Coaches of Wemyss Bay)

CSU936 (ex-SFJ113R)
LH/1432
Not known (Western National 3413)
Not known (Brotherton of Rachub)

SFJ119R
LH/1403
Not known (Devon General 3119) ?/1987 (SCRAPPED)
Acquired for spares

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