Illustrated History for AFJ739T


Chassis: LH6L LH/1557 Body: Plaxton 7910BXM507S Engine: Leyland O401 Configuration: C41F, C43F
Status: Scrapped     Last Reported: 1/2010

Last updated : July 15th 2023 (brought up-to-date)

1/2010 Flashman, Gunnislake (dealer for scrap)
6/2005 - 1/2010 Terry Partridge, Saltash (for further preservation)
1/2002 - 6/2005 Pratt & Gray, South Devon (for preservation). Owned by Gray only, c9/2002
4/2001 - 1/2002 ?, Canvey Island (non-PCV). Converted for use as a mobile greengrocer's shop
7/2000 - 4/2001 First Western National Buses Ltd. (Red Bus) (driver trainer) 9718
3/1999 - 7/2000 First Bristol Buses Ltd. (driver trainer) 8939
6/1997 - 3/1999 Bristol Omnibus Company Ltd. (Badgerline) 8939 (driver trainer)
5/1996 - 6/1997 Provincial Bus Company Ltd. 939 (driver trainer). Withdrawn 6/1996
4/1996 - 5/1996 Blue Admiral Ltd. 3319 (driver trainer)
5/1991 - 4/1996 Red Admiral Ltd. 3319. Withdrawn 12/1991. To driver trainer, 12/1991. Loaned to Blue Admiral and used in service in Southsea, 3/8/1993
10/1990 - 5/1991 Thames Transit Ltd. 3319. Used by Devon General, 12/1990
1/1983 - 10/1990 Devon General Ltd. 3319. Greenslades "stripey" livery, ?/198?. Devon General red stripe livery, ?/198?
6/1979 - 1/1983 Western National Omnibus Company Ltd. 3319. Delivered in NBC dual-purpose poppy red and white livery
AFJ739T in 2010
Photo : Ken Baker
AFJ739T in 2003
Photo : Michael Wadman
AFJ739T in 1999
Photo : Michael Wadman
AFJ739T in 1991

Photo : Rob Smith

AFJ739T in Devon General livery
Photo : Michael Wadman
AFJ739T in Greenslades livery

Photo : Kelvin Amos

 AFJ739T in 1979
Photo : Rob McCaffery
   

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