Illustrated History for UWV605S


Chassis: VRT/SL3/1101 Body: ECW 22405 Series 2
Engine: Gardner 6LXB Configuration: CO43/31F
Status: Exported     Last Reported: 5/2016

Last updated : September 5th 2017 (brought up-to-date)

by 3/2016 - current
James Doucet, Cumberland, Ontario, Canada. Acquired for conversion to a chip wagon
by 9/2007 - ?/201?
Lady Dive Tours, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada 6. Still owned, 2/2015
by 11/2004 - ?/200?
Autocar Connaisseur, Montreal, Canada 25901. Withdrawn by 10/2006
5/2000 - ?/200?
Imperial Autocar, Longueuil, Quebec, Canada 205
10/1999 - 5/2000
Simon Munden, Bristol (dealer). Altered to offside entrance and repainted allover red for export to Canada, 5/2000
2/1998 - 10/1999
Bayline Ltd. 932. Stagecoach livery, 5/98
10/1992 - 2/1998
Bluebird Buses Ltd. 696. Roof refitted, 10/93. Renumbered 072, 2/96. Stored, by 12/97
10/1992 - 10/1992
Bluebird Northern Ltd. 696
3/1992 - 10/1992
Stagecoach Scotland Ltd. 670. Renumbered 696, 5/92. Loaned to Fife Scottish (as No.605, later renumbered 1101), 7/92 to 10/92. Withdrawn 10/92
12/1977 - 3/1992
Southdown Motor Services Ltd. 605. Loaned to Bristol Omnibus Company, 36/6/84 to 29/9/84 (in exchange for PEU517R)














UWV605S in 2016
Photo : Paul Bateson
UWV605S with Lady Dive
Photo : Ian MacDonald
UWV605S in 2009
Photo : Nigel Eadon-Clarke
UWV605S in 2004
Photo : Phil Halewood
UWV605S in Montreal
Photo : John Law
UWV605S in Devon
Photo : Chris Finch
UWV605S with Bluebird Buses
Photo : Kelvin Amos
UWV605S in NBC green
Photo : Busspotter
On loan in Bath in 1984
Photo : Jason Rayner
UWV605S in NBC green
Photo : Busspotter


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