Illustrated History for TFM267K


Chassis: RELH6L RELH4/467 Body: ECW 19889 Series 2 Engine: Leyland O680 Configuration: C47F
Status: Preserved     Last Reported: 7/2020

Last updated : July 7th 2020 (brought up-to-date)

c7/2002 - current Bryan Sharpe, Mickleover (for further preservation). Restored in NBC green and white dual-purpose livery, ?/2003. Repainted in Crosville cream and black coach livery, 7/2019
by 9/1999 - ?/2002 Evans et al (Cambrian Bus Group), ? (for further preservation)
8/1997 - ?/1999 Raven, Basildon (for preservation)
4/1993 - 8/1997 Jewal & Esk Valley College, Edinburgh (as a mobile recruitment centre)
by 12/1986 - 4/1993 Lothian Council, ? (non-PCV). Converted to a technology unit and mobile classroom by BSTE, Carlton, ?/198?
7/1972 - ?/19?? Crosville Motor Services Ltd. CRL267. Delivered in National white livery. Downgraded to "local coach" in NBC green and white dual-purpose livery and renumbered ERL267, ?/19??


TFM267K in Crosville coach livery
Photo : Derek Brown
TFM267K in 2004

Photo : Bryan Sharpe

TFM267K in 2002

Photo : Bryan Sharpe

TFM267K in use as a non-PSV

Photo : Richard Jones

TFM267K in NBC green and white dual-purpose livery

Photo : BVRES Collection

TFM267K in National white coach livery

Photo : BVRES Collection

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