Illustrated History for BNG886B

Chassis: FS5G 223023 Body: ECW 13802 Series 2 Engine: Gardner 5LW Configuration: H33/27RD
Status: Exported     Last Reported: 8/2020

Last updated : August 29th 2020 (brought up-to-date)

by 10/2002 - current Piet Verbeek, Veen, Holland. Moved to Wijk en Aalborg, by 1/2004
2/1993 - ?/???? London Party Bus Company, Maastricht, Holland. Given the identity "RT86". Used as a mobile "English" pub in red & cream "London Transport" livery, by 1/1994. Registered BE-15-54 locally
?/1992 - 2/1993 Ireland, Hull (dealer). Lowered to 4 metres in height and fully refurbished internally including ECW-pattern moquette and a bar area
9/1989 - ?/1992 Viscount Bus & Coach Ltd. LFS86. Withdrawn 12/1990
9/1984 - 9/1989 Cambus Ltd. 50. Used as a driver trainer and in service
7/1965 - 9/1984 Eastern Counties Omnibus Company Ltd. LFS86. Withdrawn ?/1981. Renumbered X83 and earmarked for conversion to a "vintage replica" but not carried out and eventually sold for further use

Photo : Alan E Moore

Photo : David Moth

Photo : Peter Horrex Collection

Photo : Richard Haughey

Photo : Clive Brown

Photo : James Long

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