Illustrated History for NFW37V

Chassis: VRT/LL3/147 Body: East Lancs Engine: Gardner 6LXB Configuration: H50/36F, H38/24F
Status: Scrapped     Last Reported: 6/2020

Last updated : December 27th 2023 (brought up-to-date)

Unknown owner at Portnaguran, Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides. Acquired for use as a mobile home, but in use as an immobile storeshed, by 6/2013. Scrapped on site, 6/2020
7/2004 - 8/2008 Big Blue Party Bus Ltd., Bath (non-PCV party bus)
5/2004 - 7/2004 Playaway, Bath (non-PCV). Converted for use as a party bus based on the design of a huge stretch limo (H38/24F). Converted at Llandrindod Wells, 6-9/2004
2/2003 - 5/2004 Peters (Abus), Bristol
11/1995 - 2/2003 Reid (Cedar Coaches), Bedford. Numbered 14, 1/2001. Repainted in red and yellow livery, c8/2002
9/1994 - 11/1995 Lincolnshire Road Car Company Ltd. 1837. Withdrawn 10/1995
2/1993 - 9/1994 Lincoln City Transport Ltd. (Owned by Lincolnshire Road Car) 37. Renumbered 1837, 2/1993
2/1993 - 2/1993 Twinflex Ltd. 37. Loaned to Lincolnshire Road Car Company, 5-8/2/1993
3/1980 - 9/1994 Lincoln City Transport Ltd. 37

NFW37V being broken up in 2020
Photo : Donald MacArthur

Photo : Daniel Stazicker

Photo : Dave Beardmore

Photo : John Hammond

Photo : BVRES Collection

Photo : BVRES Collection

NFW39V in original Lincoln City livery
Photo : Richard Simons

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