Illustrated History for DHW352W


Chassis: VRT/SL3/2924 Body: ECW 24437 Series 2 Engine: Leyland O680 - Gardner 6LXB Configuration: H43/31F
Status: Exported     Last Reported: 2/2020

Last updated : February 1st 2020 (brought up-to-date)

1/2020 - current
Ray Phillips (Calavera Cakery), Longview, Texas, U.S.A.
by 10/2019 - 1/2020
London Double Decker, Cranston, Rhode Island, U.S.A. Offered for private hire on Boston Airport shuttles with black leather seats and red trim
by 6/2019 - ?/2019
Unknown owner in Connecticut, U.S.A. For sale at auction, 6/2019
?/2015 - ?/201?
Unknown owner in Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.
2/2000 - ?/2015
John Davies, Winchcombe (dealer). Used to promote Adidas products in a silver livery (non-PCV), 9/2001. Noted in Glasgow, 6/2002. Noted in Leicester promoting Nokia products, 12/2002
8/1997 - 2/2000
Circle Line Coach & Omnibus Company Ltd. 1352. Stagecoach stripes overpainted in green, by 8/97. Withdrawn (on cessation), 1/2000
9/1983 - 8/1997
Cheltenham & Gloucester Omnibus Company Ltd. 5530. Renumbered 226, 7/94. Re-engined with Gardner 6LXB, 3/95. Refurbished with DiPTAC features and Stagecoach livery, 2/96
7/1981 - 9/1983
Bristol Omnibus Company Ltd. 5530






DHW352W in 2020
Photo : Ray Phillips
DHW352W in Nokia livery
Photo : Dave Beardmore
DHW352W in Adidas livery
Photo : Ken Lansdowne
DHW352W with Circle Line
Photo : Steve Clements
DHW352W in Stagecoach livery
Photo : Dave Beardmore
DHW352W in Stroud Valley livery
Photo : Malcolm Audsley
DHW352W in 1983
Photo : John Law


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