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VRs in Scandinavia

Last Updated : March 12th 2022 (RDC108R updated)

The VRs shown on this page were in Scandinavia on the above date. The liveries depicted are the last known to be carried by the individual vehicles. If you know that the livery or location has now changed I would appreciate receiving an email or, better still, a photo which I will add to this page and credit to you. Remember - the site is only as good as the information I receive.

The following VR is with Flemming Plovsing Nielsen, Roedovre, Denmark:


SVL177W in 2021
Photo :
Simon Loeb

The following VRs are are owned by Johhny Svensson in Gothenburg, Sweden and are hired out as party buses:


Photo : From the Internet


Photo : From the Internet


CJH123V in 2014

Photo : Nick Jackson

The following VR is with Bogi Jnsson, Gardur, Iceland:


DHW350W in 2012

Photo : Bogi Jnsson

The following VR was stored close to Aarhus Airport, Denmark in 2012. In December 2021 it was noted under tow to an unknown location in Denmark:


Photo : Mick Bruce

The following VR was exported in April 2010 to Markku Laaksu of Lohja, Finland and was still with him, untouched, in January 2020:


The following VR is with an unknown owner in Sweden. The photo shows it in export condition at London Bus Export, Lydney:

RLG429V in export condition
Photo : London Bus Export

The following VR has been used in Denmark for many years as a promotional vehicle for the Center for Sex og Sundhet, based in Odense advocating safe sex. It is now out of use but hopefully survives in storage:


Photo : From the Internet

The following VR is with an unknown owner in Copenhagen, Denmark. It is used as an immobile snack bar at a paintball site very close to Copenhagen Airport, having previously been used to tour Africa and Europe. Unfortunately it was destroyed by fire when a pair of gas cylinders used for cooking caught fire in November 2008:


Photos : Mick Bruce

The following VR was owned by Nikolas Anker, Copenhagen, Denmark, intended for use as an office within a warehouse, but  was instead used as a pavillion at the Harbour until upper deck floor rot saw it sold and by October 2006 it was in a local scrapyard:

TFN991T in Copenhagen
Photo : Mick Overton

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