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Vario at Start Point on Service 159

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17 Sep 2011
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A photographic stop for our VarioMercedes-Benz Vario (model designation W670) is a heavy van manufactured by Mercedes-Benz on Service 159 at the spectacular Start Point on the Kingsbridge Running DayFree vintage bus services on coast and country routes in South Devon usually held in September 2011.

'Loddiswell Station' on Kingsbridge Running Day 2011

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17 Sep 2011
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The LHBristol Commercial Vehicles Light Horizontal engined single-decker bus chassis LH at 30' (9.1m); nearly 2,000 were built between 1967 and 1982 pauses at 'Loddiswell Station' on service 103 - Kingsbridge to California Cross on the Running DayEach year in April CBPG holds an Annual Running Day with free bus trips around West Cornwall - check our Events for more information 2011.

CBPS vehicles 'on tour' at Kingsbridge 2011

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Ready for the Kingsbridge Running Day 2011
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17 Sep 2011
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Our VarioMercedes-Benz Vario (model designation W670) is a heavy van manufactured by Mercedes-Benz 52529529 became 52529 in national numbering system, fitted with 27 seats and soon received her current livery; S529 RWP | Mercedes Vario | Fleet No. 52529 | CBPG(S529 RWP), Bristol VRBristol VR Bristol's rear-engined bus chassis, designed as competitor to Leyland Atlantean and Daimler Fleetline. 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) and 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 716Bristol LH 6L with 45 seat ECW bodywork was one of 10 new medium sized buses delivered to Western National in the summer of 1968 MUO 328F | Bristol LH | Fleet No. 716 | CBPG(MUO 328FBristol LH 6L with 45 seat ECW bodywork was one of 10 new medium sized buses delivered to Western National in the summer of 1968 MUO 328F | Bristol LH | Fleet No. 716 | CBPG) at Tally Ho's yard on the Kingsbridge Running DayFree vintage bus services on coast and country routes in South Devon usually held in September 2011.

1960's Bristols ready for Kingsbridge 2011

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Bristol LH 716(MUO 328F) & Bristol SU 420(270 KTA) ready for Kingsbridge 2011
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16 Sep 2011
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CBPSCornwall 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's 1968 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 and David Sheppard's 1962 Bristol SUL are ready for the 2011 Kingsbridge Running DayFree vintage bus services on coast and country routes in South Devon usually held in September.

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