Illustrated History for PVT207L


Chassis: RESL8/374 Body: ECW 19686 Series 2 Engine: Leyland O680 Configuration: B43F
Status: Preserved     Last Reported: 10/2018

Last updated : December 28th 2018 (brought up-to-date)

10/2018 - current
Potteries Omnibus Preservation Society, Stoke-on-Trent (for further preservation)
12/2007 - 10/2018 Glyn Buttery, Stoke-on-Trent (for further preservation). Repainted in a reapplication of NBC red livery, 10/2012
by 12/2005 - 12/2007 Mark Plant, Stoke-on-Trent (for further preservation)
2/1996 - ?/2005 Terry Hussey, Basingstoke (for further preservation). Repainted in NBC red livery, by 5/2002
11/1993 - 2/1996 Hastings & District RE Group (for preservation)
4/1992 - 11/1993 South Coast Buses Ltd. (Hastings Buses) 407. Withdrawn 4/1992. Reinstated by 6/1992. Withdrawn 28/10/1993 (Hastings's last RE). Collected after sale, 3/1994
8/1989 - 4/1992 Hastings & District Transport Ltd. 407
12/1988 - 8/1989 Northern Bus Company, North Anston 119. Wigmores livery. Renumbered 120, 4/1989
?/198? - 12/1988 P.M.T. Ltd. 207. Withdrawn 12/1988 following accident damage. Repaired but sold without further service
11/1972 - ?/198? Potteries Motor Traction Ltd. 207






PVT207L in 2015

Photo : Glyn Buttery

PVT207L with South Coast Buses

Photo : BVRES Collection

PVT207L with Hastings & District

Photo : Rob Sly

PVT207L in Wigmores livery
Photo : Cliff Essex
PVT207L in P.M.T. red and yellow livery

Photo : Cliff Beeton

PVT207L in NBC red livery

Photo : Glyn Buttery

PVT207L in P.M.T. red and white livery

Photo : John Law

   

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