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Red and White Cream/Red (3)


Tilling style Cream/Red coach livery, with fleetname on red band (no underlining, larger letters)
  Red and White Bristol RELH/ECW coach SAX2G
Photo copyright: Nigel Frampton 
    

Details of the above livery, as applied to Bristol RELH/ECW coaches.

The list below only includes pictures taken when the vehicles were in service, to include pictures of preserved vehicles as well click here.

Photos on the Internet

All links to photos shown below are to other Internet sites, all photos will be the copyright of their respective owners.
There may be other photos on the Internet that I cannot show the links for. See 'Useful sites for finding pictures' on the links page.
** = Black and white photo, otherwise colour.

   Registration Owner Date Location Photo copyright Photo link
 OAX1F Red and White RC168  Southampton Nigel Frampton Click here for photograph of OAX1F 
 SAX2G Red and White RC269  Southampton Nigel Frampton Click here for photograph of SAX2G 
 SAX2G Red and White RC269   southlancs Click Here 


RELH/ECW coaches that have carried this livery

The list below only covers those that were delivered in this livery, or that I know have carried this livery. There are likely to have been others as well.

Sort list by Chassis Number, Body Style, Disposal Date Fleet Number, Build Date, or Registration
Those shown in bold have photographs available.

Registration Chassis NumberOriginal Owner Number BuiltScrapped
OAX1FRELH-4-103 Red and White RC168 Jan 1968 14 Mar 1983 
OAX9FRELH-4-111 Red and White RC968 22 Sep 1967 Vehicle still in existence 
SAX2GRELH-4-185 Red and White RC269 Nov 1968 16 Mar 1983 




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