Illustrated History for AFJ732T

Chassis: LH/1472 Body: Plaxton 7910BXM514S
Engine: Leyland O401
Configuration: C41F
Status: Scrapped     Last Reported: 8/2009

Last updated : June 4th 2023 (brought up-to-date)

Sims Metal, Wimborne (dealer for scrap)
c8/2009 - ?/2009
?, ? (for further preservation)
1/2007 - ?/2009
Roger Brown (Shaftesbury & District), Motcombe
6/2004 - 1/2007
Chris Hadley, Leek (for further preservation)
by 2/2002 - 6/2004
Rushden Historical Preservation Society, Rushden (for further preservation). Restored in NBC green and white, c5/2002
1/2001 - ?/200?
Colin Billington, Maidenhead (for preservation)
6/1999 - 1/2001
First Western National Buses Ltd. 9711 (driver trainer). Withdrawn and for sale, by 9/2000
6/1999 - 6/1999First Red Bus Ltd. 3312 (driver trainer)
1/1983 - 6/1999North Devon Ltd. (Red Bus) 3312. (South Western), 7/1992. Withdrawn 5/1998. Reinstated, 8/1998
6/1979 - 1/1983Western National Omnibus Company Ltd. 3312
AFJ732T in 2002
Photo : Dave Beardmore
AFJ732T as driver trainer with First
Photo : Rob McCaffery
AFJ732T in red and white dual-purpose livery with South Western fleetnames
Photo : BVRES Collection
AFJ732T in allover white with Red Bus fleetnames
Photo : Terry Partridge
AFJ732T in NBC red and white dual-purpose livery
Photo : Terry Partridge
AFJ732T in NBC green and white dual-purpose livery
Photo : Barney Staples

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