Illustrated History for VHK177L

Reregistered CVJ929, VHK177L, 819XUP, VHK177L


Chassis: RELH4/493 Body: ECW 19857 Series 2 Engine: Gardner 6HLX Configuration: C49F
Status: Preserved     Last Reported: 11/2016

Last updated : November 6th 2016 (brought up-to-date)

9/2010 - current East Anglian Transport Museum, Carlton Colville (for further preservation)
10/2009 - 9/2010 Julian Patterson, Kings Lynn (for further preservation). Reregistered VHK177L, 10/2009
8/1998 - 10/2009 Steve Graham, Widnes (for preservation). Reregistered 819XUP, 5/2009
4/1992 - 8/1998 Northern Bus Company, North Anston 195. Altered to DP49F, ?/92. To service, by 7/92. Renumbered 1229, 9/92. Refurbished, 3/96. Withdrawn 10/97. Reregistered VHK177L, 2/98
by 9/1990 - 4/1992 J. Sykes, Carlton (dealer)
1/1986 - ?/1990 Badgerline Ltd. 2079
2/1985 - 1/1986 Bristol Omnibus Company Ltd. 2079. Reregistered 929 CVJ, 2/85
10/1978 - 2/1985 Eastern National Omnibus Company Ltd. 1404. Rebuilt as the prototype for the E.C.W. B51 coach body, 6/1981
1/1974 - 10/1978 National Travel (South East) Ltd. 9441
10/1972 - 1/1974 Tillings Travel (N.B.C.) Ltd. 9441. Repainted in National white livery before entering service, 3/1973
   




Photo : Grant Thompson

Photo : Steve White

Photo : Dave Longbottom

Photo : Steve White

Photo : Terry Stapley

Photo : Chris Stewart

Photo : EBEG Collection

Photo : Terry Clark

 

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