May 22nd 2019 @ 15:55: Cancer Research UK-liveried Scania/Enviro 400 now in service with Stagecoach East and second Wright/Volvo B7TL open top arrives with East Yorkshire
We understand that former Wessex Bus Enviro 200 36078 has visited Bulwark Engineering for component recovery and was returned to Stagecoach West on May 20thfor disposal.
The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter from Stagecoach West Scotland now here is 44009. It joins 44005/06 which are at Cambridge from Stagecoach South Wales.
The Cambridge training Dart SLF 34422 has left Bedford, where it had been used in service, but is now at Peterborough where it is also being used in service alongside Peterborough’s Dart SLF trainer 34421.
Currently undergoing paint prep at Bedford depot is Enviro 300 27645, whilst also parked at Bedford mid-morning on May 21stwas Peterborough-allocated Enviro 200 36012, which had been in service in Peterborough during the morning peak period on that day.
The ‘new’ Cancer Research UK branded bus, Scania/Enviro 400 15641, is now in service from Cambridge depot
Previously unreported by us is the naming of the two Bedford-allocated Volvo B10M training coaches. 52437 is now ‘Buttercup’ whilst 52485 is ‘Daisy’
Stagecoach North East
Enviro 300s 27167, 27169, 27172, 27173 & 27174 are now the only vehicles at Stockton still carrying the "Zone" branding. 27177 is currently at Sunderland awaiting de-branding & repaint.
MAN/Enviro 300s 24104, 24105, 24107, 24110, 24111 & 24115 are the vehicles converted so far to Cummins Euro 6 engines. A further 3 of the batch are currently at ADL, Anston for modification.
28039 is the latest Scania Gas Enviro 300 at Sunderland to have gained corporate fleet livery.
The second Volvo B7TL/Wright open top to be delivered here following conversion work at Ensign Bus is BX55XLV, which has been allocated fleet number 889. It is currently at Hull pending allocation to Scarborough.