Illustrated History for GNG710N


Chassis: VRT/SL2/933 Body: ECW 20480 Series 2 Engine: Gardner 6LX Configuration: H43/31F
Status: For Spares     Last Reported: 7/2021

Last updated : July 29th 2021 (brought up-to-date)

c11/2019 - current
Julian Patterson, Kings Lynn (preservationist for spares)
11/2013 - ?/2019
John Wilson (National Bus Preservation Group), Melbourn (for further preservation)
9/2007 - 11/2013
James Denny, Worlingham (for further preservation)
by 6/2005 - 9/2007 Rob Bennett, Peterborough (for further preservation). Repainted in Silver Jubilee livery, 8/2006
9/2003 - ?/2005 Bristol Road Group, Bearstead (for preservation)
11/1993 - 9/2003 Towler, Emneth. Fleet livery, by 9/1999
10/1993 - 11/1993 Norths, Sherburn-in-Elmet (dealer)
2/1993 - 10/1993 Q Drive Buses Ltd. (The Bee Line) VR710. Renumbered 510, 2/1993. Withdrawn 8/1993
10/1991 - 2/1993 Luton & District Transport Company Ltd. VR710 (Slough Bus)
9/1984 - 10/1991 Cambus Ltd. 624
1/1975 - 9/1984 Eastern Counties Omnibus Company Ltd. VR144. Allocated to Norwich from new. Painted in Silver Jubilee livery, 12/1976

Allocations

Norwich, 1/1975. Delicensed, 12/1976 (for repaint). Norwich, 1/1977. Lowestoft, 6/1977. Norwich, 7/1977. Bury St Edmunds, 8/1977. Norwich, 9/1977. Kings Lynn, 10/1977. Norwich, 11/1977. Cambridge, 1/1984.







Photo : Rob Bennett

Photo : Rob Bennett

Photo : Ken Lansdowne

Photo : Peter Horrex

Photo : Photobus

GNG710N in Cambus NBC livery
Photo : Richard Haughey Collection

Photo : Keith Shayshutt

Photo : Peter Horrex


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