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OTA 632G | Bristol RELH | Fleet No. 1460

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OTA 632G
Fleet No.: 
1460
OTA 632G | Bristol RELH | Fleet No. 1460

Last MOTMinistry of Transport test: 13th March 2018 Class 6.

Next MOT due: 12th April 2019

AFJ 706T | Bristol VR | Fleet No. 1141

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AFJ 706T
Fleet No.: 
1141
AFJ 706T in Western National 75 years (1929 – 2004) livery

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AFJ 749T | Bristol VR | Fleet No. 38749 (ex 1147)

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AFJ 749T
Fleet No.: 
38749
Fleet No.: 
1147
AFJ 749T Fleet No. 38749 (originally 1147)

At the moment preserved in First Group's livery, Bristol VRBristol VR Bristol's rear-engined bus chassis, designed as competitor to Leyland Atlantean and Daimler Fleetline. 38749(AFJ 749TBristol VR AFJ 749T 1147) was one of 10 new ‘double deckers’ delivered to Western National in Cornwall in 1979 in standard NBC green. Originally she had fleet number 1147Bristol VR AFJ 749T 1147 and was allocated to the Truro depot, then situated on Lemon Quay, along with 'sisters' 1142(AFJ 744T) and 1144(AFJ 746T). Read more

LFJ 873W | Bristol VR | Fleet No. 38873 (ex 1226)

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LFJ 873W
Fleet No.: 
1226
Fleet No.: 
38873
1226/38873(LFJ 873W) at Brislington event at Bristol 2007

In November 2009, the CBPGCornwall Bus Preservation Society - formed by a group of bus and coach enthusiasts who are involved in maintaining, restoring and preserving a number of buses which saw operational service in Cornwall that have been bought, donated or even loaned to members of the group took over ownership of Bristol VRBristol VR Bristol's rear-engined bus chassis, designed as competitor to Leyland Atlantean and Daimler Fleetline. 38873(LFJ 873WNovember 2009, CBPG took over ownership of Bristol VR 38873(LFJ 873W) from Western National Preservation Group. Originally numbered 1226, she was the last new Bristol VR bought by Western National in 1981 LFJ 873W | Bristol VR | Fleet No. 38873 (ex 1226)) from the Western National Preservation GroupWestern National Preservation Group Read more

MUO 328F | Bristol LH | Fleet No. 716

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MUO 328F
Fleet No.: 
716
CBPS's Bristol LH at Penzance running day

This Bristol LHBristol Commercial Vehicles Light Horizontal engined single-decker bus chassis LH at 30' (9.1m); nearly 2,000 were built between 1967 and 1982 6L with 45 seat ECWEastern Coach Works Ltd was a bus and railbus body building company based in Lowestoft, England. ECW closed in 1987 bodywork was one of 10 new medium sized buses delivered to Western National in the summer of 1968 with 5 going to Southern National. Built by Bristol Commercial VehiclesBristol Commercial Vehicles Ltd was a manufacturer of buses and trucks based in Bristol, England. Closed 1983. (BCV), the light weight LH was the replacement for the earlier MW and SU models which had similar mid-mounted, horizontal, underfloor engines. The engine was a LeylandLeyland Bus was a British bus manufacturer. It emerged from the Rover Group (formerly British Leyland) as a management buyout of the bus business. It was subsequently acquired by Volvo Buses in 1988 and the name finally disappeared in 1993 400 fitted to a manual 5 speed gearbox and the Girling air brake system was adopted.   Read more

AFJ 747T | Bristol VR | Fleet No. 1145

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AFJ 747T
Fleet No.: 
1145
Fleet No.: 
38747

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VOD 125K | Bristol LHS Marshall B33F | Fleet No. 1255

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VOD 125K
Fleet No.: 
1255
VOD 125K | Bristol LHS Marshall B33F | Fleet No. 1255

One of 6 vehicles bodied by Marshall (1250 - 12551255 was last operational vehicle of this type with Western National and ended her service where began at Penzance depot. One of 6 vehicles bodied by Marshall (1250 - 1255 VOD 120K - VOD 125K) delivered February 1972 to operate between Penzance and Mousehole replacing the Bristol SUS's VOD 125K | Bristol LHS Marshall B33F | Fleet No. 1255 | CBPG VOD 120K - VOD 125K) delivered in February 1972 to operate the service between Penzance and Mousehole replacing the Bristol SUS's that had served the route for many years. 1255Delivered February 1972 to operate between Penzance and Mousehole replacing Bristol SUS's. 1255 was last operational vehicle of type with Western National and ended her service where began at Penzance depot VOD 125K | Bristol LHS Marshall B33F | Fleet No. 1255 | CBPG was the last operational vehicle of this type with Western National and ended her service where she began at Penzance depot.

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PTT 98R | Bristol VR | Fleet No. 1098

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PTT 98R
Fleet No.: 
1098
PTT98R Bristol VR Fleet Number 1098

Vehicle owned by Peter Dalley.

 

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VOD 124K | Bristol LHS Marshall B33F | Fleet No. 1254

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VOD 124K
Fleet No.: 
1254

One of 6 vehicles bodied by Marshall (1250 - 12551255 was last operational vehicle of this type with Western National and ended her service where began at Penzance depot. One of 6 vehicles bodied by Marshall (1250 - 1255 VOD 120K - VOD 125K) delivered February 1972 to operate between Penzance and Mousehole replacing the Bristol SUS's VOD 125K | Bristol LHS Marshall B33F | Fleet No. 1255 | CBPG VOD 120K - VOD 125KDelivered February 1972 to operate between Penzance and Mousehole replacing Bristol SUS's. 1255 was last operational vehicle of type with Western National and ended her service where began at Penzance depot VOD 125K | Bristol LHS Marshall B33F | Fleet No. 1255 | CBPG) delivered in February 1972 to operate the sevice between Penzance and Mousehole replacing the Bristol SUS's that had served the route for many years.

VDV 141S | Bristol VR | Fleet No. 1003 (ex 941 'Illustrious')

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VDV 141S
Fleet No.: 
1003
Fleet No.: 
941
Bristol VR  at Penzance depot

This Bristol VRBristol VR Bristol's rear-engined bus chassis, designed as competitor to Leyland Atlantean and Daimler Fleetline. with fleet number 1003Bristol VR with fleet number 1003 (VDV 141S) is a 1978 convertible open topper, one of 11 delivered to Western National/Devon General between November 1977 and March 1978 (VDV 141SBristol VR fleet number 1003 (VDV 141S) 1978 convertible open topper, one of 11 delivered to Western National/Devon General between November 1977 and March 1978; was originally numbered 941 and named 'Illustrious' VDV 141S | Bristol VR | Fleet No. 1003 (ex 941 'Illustrious') | CBPG) is a 1978 convertible open topper, one of 11 delivered to Western National/Devon General between November 1977 and March 1978. All of this batch were named after famous warships including 1003 which was originally numbered 941 and was named 'Illustrious'. When new, they were all painted in NBC red and whiteNational Bus Company Red and White livery. Read more