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Bristol RE HFM 578 D

HFM578D was delivered as Crosville's CRG578 during May 1966.

It had 47 coach seats in it's Eastern Coachworks body, number 15892.
When built it was fitted with a 2 piece bus (raised) destination panel and a coach type door. (Illustrations)
Its chassis (number 232.029) was powered by a Gardner 6HLX engine.

This vehicle no longer exists, it was last recorded in Jun 1980.
 
 

Photographs

All links to photos shown below are to other Internet sites, all photos will be the copyright of their respective owners.
Where no copyright details are shown the photo is known to exist, but is not freely available.
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.
For pictures in books click on the copyright link for more information.
** = Black and white photo, otherwise colour.

   Livery Owner Date Location Photo copyright Photo link
**Crosville Cream/Black (1) Crosville CRG578  London    
 NBC Express Crosville CRG578   Rob Sly's site Click Here 
 NBC Express Crosville CRG578 28 Aug 1977 Caernarfon Alistair Holt/Keith Holt Click Here 
 NBC Express Crosville CRG578 Oct 1978  Phillip White Click Here 


Diary for HFM578D

Date Event Owner Number Allocation Details Livery
May 1966 Built for:Crosville CRG578   Crosville Cream/Black (1) 
Dec 1968   Liverpool   
Feb 1970   Liverpool   
1 Mar 1971   Wrexham Crosville allocation sheet  
14 Jul 1974   Liverpool Crosville allocation sheet  
May 1980 Withdrawn by:Crosville    
Jun 1980 Sold to:Stafford Transport Training    

Owners shown above in Green are preservationists, Red are dealers, Blue for PSV use and brown for None-PSV.



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