Illustrated History for PCA419V

Chassis: VRT/SL3/2105 Body: ECW Engine: Leyland O501 - Gardner 6LXB Configuration: H43/31F
Status: Scrapped     Last Reported: 3/2009

Last updated : March 17th 2021 (brought up-to-date)

Unknown owner in the U.K. Presumed scrapped
5/1996 - 7/2007 Hughes (Alpine), Llandudno. New green and yellow fleet livery, by 11/2002. Re-engined with Gardner 6LXB (from TDT863S), 9/2005. Withdrawn 3/2007. Used for spares, 4/2007
by 12/1994 - 5/1996 Blythin (Empire), Llandudno Junction
11/1990 - ?/1994 Liveley, Marple (Rose Hill Coaches). Red and white fleet livery (NBC-style), ?/199?. Withdrawn 4/1994
2/1990 - 11/1990 P.M.T. Ltd. DVL419 (Crosville). Renumbered 2419, 9/1990. Withdrawn c9/1990
12/1979 - 2/1990 Crosville Motor Services Ltd. DVL419. Brunswick green and cream livery, ?/198?

PCA419V in revised Alpine livery

Photo : Ivor Bufton

PCA419V in Alpine livery

Photo : Depot

Photo : Dave Henderson

Photo : Ian Wilson


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