Illustrated History for FNN159D

Chassis: FLF6G 231127 Body: ECW 15634 Series 2 Engine: Gardner 6L? Configuration: H38/32F
Status: Exported     Last Reported: 4/2022

Last updated : October 7th 2023 (brought up-to-date)

?/2005 - current The Old Cannery, Sumner, Washington, U.S.A.
c?/1996 - ?/2005 Double Decker Tours, Greenville, South Carolina, U.S.A. Roof replaced with canvas over first two bays after accidental damage - can be rolled back to be partial open-top. Red livery with a white band, by 8/2000.
by 7/1988 - ?/199? W.B.C. Radio, Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S.A. Used as the "Macdonalds Fun Bus"
?/198? - ?/19?? Jefferson Pilot Television Station, Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S.A.
4/1983 - ?/198? British Promotions, Norfolk, Virginia, U.S.A. (dealer). Identity swapped with CDL477C
?/198? - 4/1983 Omnibus Promotions, London W.C.1 (dealer)
6/1982 - ?/198? A.P.T., Lincoln (dealer)
7/1976 - 6/1982 East Midland Motor Services Ltd. 457. Withdrawn ?/1981
6/1966 - 7/1976 Mansfield District Traction Company Ltd. 657. Renumbered B657, ?/1972. Renumbered B457, ?/1975
FNN159D in 2022
Photo : Shane Ross
FNN159D in 2004
Photo : Bob Martin
 FNN159D in 1977
Photo : Adrian Healey
FNN159D in Mansfield District livery
Photo : Andrew Harvey-Adams 


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