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Bristol RE XFE 441

XFE441 was delivered as Lincolnshire's 2681 during Jul 1964.

It had 47 coach seats in it's Eastern Coachworks body, number 14507.
When built it was fitted with a 2 piece bus (raised) destination panel and a bus type door. (Illustrations)
Its chassis (number 222.014) was powered by a Gardner 6HLX engine.

This vehicle no longer exists, it was last recorded in Jan 1976.


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Where no copyright details are shown the photo is known to exist, but is not freely available.
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** = Black and white photo, otherwise colour.

   Livery Owner Date Location Photo copyright Photo link
**Lincoln coach livery Lincolnshire 1428  Peterborough LVVS Click Here 
**Lincoln coach livery Lincolnshire 1428  London Old Bus Man Click Here 
 Lincoln bus livery Lincolnshire 1283 16 Jul 1972 Grantham bkp550 Click Here 
 NBC Green Bus livery Lincolnshire 1283 Oct 1975 Knipton Dave A Flett Click Here 

Diary for XFE441

Date Event Owner Number Allocation Details Livery
Jul 1964 Built for:Lincolnshire 2681   Lincoln coach livery 
Jun 1972 Renumbered Lincolnshire 1283  Converted to DP53F  
By Jul 1972 Repaint   bkp550 Lincoln bus livery 
Nov 1975   Grantham   
2 Jan 1976 Withdrawn by:Lincolnshire  Body damaged by falling tree  

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

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