Illustrated History for WNG105H

Chassis: LHS6P LHS-119 Body: ECW 18126 Series 2 Engine: Perkins H6.354 Configuration: B37F, DP37F
Status: Scrapped     Last Reported: 9/1987

   Last updated : November 21st 2021 (brought up-to-date)

?/198? Littlewood & Co Ltd. (building contractor), Les Canus, St Sampson, Guernsey. Acquired without an engine for use as a site office. Presumed scrapped
9/1987 - ?/198? Guernseybus Ltd. (for spares)
by 9/1981 - 9/1987 Doncaster Metropolitan District Council (Education Department) (non-PCV)
12/1980 - ?/1981 Booth, Rotherham (dealer)
2/1970 - 12/1980 Eastern Counties Omnibus Company Ltd. LHS599. Reregistered WNG105H before entering service. Renumbered LHS936, 2/1977. Converted to DP37F using the seats from WPW868H and repainted in dual-purpose livery for St Ives "Pick me Up" service, 8/1978. Withdrawn 10/1980
1/1970 - 2/1970 United Counties Omnibus Company Ltd. Not used in service - acquired for resale to Eastern Counties
11/1969 - 1/970 Luton Corporation 135. Registered XXE135H but not used in service
WNG105H with Littlewood
Photo : Ian Everson
WNG105H with Doncaster Council
Photo : Terry Walker
WNG105H in St Ives Pick Me Up service

Photo : Julian Patterson Collection

 WNG105H in NBC red livery
Photo : IBPTS Felixstowe
WNG105H in Tilling red and cream livery
Photo : Martin Bott

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