Illustrated History for LFJ865W


Chassis: VRT/SL3/2721 Body: ECW 24484 Series 2 Engine: Gardner 6LXB Configuration: H43/31F
Status: Scrapped     Last Reported: 12/2004

Last updated : January 9th 2021 (brought up-to-date)

9/2004 Wigley, Carlton (dealer for scrap)
by 11/2003 - 9/2004 Hall (Terrys), Coventry. Painted in fleet livery, c11/2003
c3/2003 - ?/2003 Clarke (Wide Horizon), Burbage
c12/2002 - ?/2003 Watts, Leicester
4/2000 - ?/2002 Martin, Kettering. Named "Titanic", by 12/2000 (so named because it failed on its first journey!). Withdrawn 7/2002
12/1988 - 4/2000 United Counties Omnibus Company Ltd. 736. Painted allover white before sale, 3/2000
1/1983 - 12/1988 Devon General Ltd. 1218. Withdrawn 12/1988
2/1981 - 1/1983 Western National Omnibus Company Ltd. 1218




LFJ865W in Terry's livery

Photo : Ashley Gardiner

LFJ865W in Watts livery

Photo : Ashley Gardiner

LFJ865W in Stagecoach livery
Photo : Raymond Smith
Photo required of LFJ865W in NBC red livery
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LFJ865W in Y Front advertising livery
Photo : John Carter 
Photo required of LFJ865W in NBC green livery
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