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Thursday, 2 April 2020
A Contrast Premier Travel Volvo B58M E361 NEG and E365 NEG at Heathrow
Posted by christopher at 16:02
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The National Express liveried one is working PT's own service 78; I can't make out the display on the the PT liveried one but wouldn't be at all surprised if it's working for NX! Either way, PT would have been eating some fines from NX for that use.
As for the vehicles, personally I prefer the Green Line (Jetlink) coach behind. Shame all those got rebodied as buses after deregulation.
Ross it was the end of an era wasn't, suddenly they didn't seem to need all those local express coaches any more yet the former Green Line network could have done with better vehicles than Lynx's and even Nationals heading for the Capital in the rush-hour. It's a pity the Berkhofs didn't go to Independents as they were far to good to rebody..
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