Illustrated History for 995EHW

Chassis: FLF6B 156001 Body: ECW Engine: Bristol BVW Configuration: H38/32F
Status: Exported     Last Reported: 2/2020

Last updated : December 21st 2023 (brought up-to-date)

by 5/2004 - current ?, Maui, Hawaii, U.S.A. Acquired as a non-runner. Dumped at a private property and then lost in undergrowth. Discovered by new property owner, ?/2016. Extracted and noted in highly derelict condition at Haiku, North Shore, 2/2020
by 12/1981 - ?/200?Sugar Cane Train, Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii, U.S.A. Entrance door moved to offside. Out of use and derelict, by 7/2002. Still owned in 2003
?/19?? - ?/1981 Porters Double Deckers, Burnsville, Minnesota, U.S.A. (dealer)
4/1979 - ?/19?? English Double Deckers, Seattle, U.S.A. (dealer)
2/1979 - 4/1979 Hartwood Exports, Barnsley (dealer)
8/1977 - 2/1979 Mr Harry, Reading (non-PCV)
7/1977 - 8/1977 Omnibus Promotions, London E.C.1 (dealer)
5/1977 - 7/1977 Norths, Sherburn-in-Elmet (dealer)
12/1959 - 5/1977 Bristol Omnibus Company Ltd. LC8540. Prototype FLF Lodekka. Fitted with sliding front entrance door. Demonstrated to Alexander & Sons Ltd, Falkirk and Crosville Motor Services Ltd. Jack-knife doors fitted, 6/1960 (E.C.W. Rebuild No. R75). Renumbered LC7000, 1/1961. Renumbered C7000, 3/1968. Withdrawn 7/1976

995EHW in 2020
Photo : BVRES Collection
995EHW in 2016
Photo : From the Internet
995EHW in 1989

Photo : John Royle

995EHW with Sugar Cane Train
Photo : John Harrison
995EHW in 1979
Photo : Les Smith
995EHW in NBC green livery
Photo : Neil Burnett
995EHW in Tilling green livery
Photo : Steve Hardiman

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