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The Bristol Lodekka was first manufactured in 1949 as an attempt to produce a low-height double-deck bus without the 4-abreast seating/side gangway arrangement of the Lowbridge body invented by Leyland. ECW had previously built Lowbridge bodies on Bristol K chassis. The Lodekka used a mechanically-complex drop-centre rear axle to enable a. Keywords : Mechanical Engineering, Mechanics, Buses, Mechanisms, Gears, Double-decker Buses, Drive Shaft, Transmission, Overdrive, Differential, Bristol Lodekka, Clutch THE first of a batch of six BristolE.C.W. Lodekka buses having chassis embodying a transmission system of outstanding interest, went into service last week The Bristol Lodekka was a half-cab low-height step-free double-decker bus built by Bristol Commercial Vehicles in England.It was the first production bus design to have no step up from the passenger entrance throughout the lower deck; although Gilford and Leyland Motors had developed low floor city buses in the 1930s, these did not enter production The Lodekka (and the similar Dennis Loline) offered a better solution to the problem of restricted clearances than that provided by the traditional low-height double deckers. A low-height body on a traditional chassis featured a rather uncomfortable 4 across seating arrangement on the upper deck, with a sunken walkway down the side, typically.

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The the typical Bristol chassis is formed from deep steel pressings a quarter of an inch thick. Corrosion problems are rare, as is chassis distortion due to accident damage. As a friend of mine put it, when looking at some parts removed from my own bus for reconditioning, 'that's GWR engineering, that is!'. The Lodekka was an innovation for. The Lodekka was a double-deck bus chassis produced by Bristol Commercial Vehicles and bodied by Eastern Coach Works (ECW) of Lowestoft. This history of the Lodekka traces the development of the bus, from the first prototypes to its many years of service with a huge variety of operators. 1966. in Transportation The low height chassis meant modern-day low height double decker buses could have the standard 2+2 seating layouts on both decks. Enter the Bristol Lodekka, so-called due to its low height credentials (Lodekka being a pun on 'low decker'). What was interesting was that the first Lodekkas were built when lowbridge buses were still a thing

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Bristol VR type Bus Overview Manufacturer Bristol Commercial Vehicles Body and chassis Floor type Step entrance Dimensions Length 9400mm (9.5 m) to 10600mm (10.6 m) Width 2500mm (2.5 m) Height 13 ft 8 in (4.17 m) and 14 ft 6 in (4.42 m) The Bristol VR was a rear-engined double-decker bus chassis.. With its 1949 designed Lodekka nearing the end of its shelf life, and being unsuitable for one person operation, Bristol's VR was designed by the company as a competitor to the Leyland Atlantean and Daimler Fleetline which were the leaders in the one-man-operated double-decker market

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  1. ILLUSTRATED FLEET HISTORY - SCOTTISH OMNIBUSES BRISTOL LODEKKA AA22 - AA46. Last Updated : May 20th 2018 (under construction) This page lists Bristol Lodekkas AA22 - AA46 operated by Eastern Scottish including links to all photos currently in the BVRES Collection showing the liveries carried by individual vehicles
  2. Bristol Commercial Vehicles was a vehicle manufacturer located in Bristol, England.Most production was of buses but trucks and railbus chassis were also built.. The Bristol Tramways and Carriage Company started to build buses for its own use in 1908 and soon started building vehicles for other companies. In 1955 this part of the business was separated out as Bristol Commercial Vehicles Limited
  3. BRISTOL LODEKKA TYPES VS, FL, FSF, ELF Vehicle Data This Chassis series has been designed to include further developments upon the original Lodekka ' LD type chassis. The main modification incorporates a flat floor in the lower saloon and is available with rear or forward stepless entrance as 27 ft. or 30 ft. long vehicles
  4. Bistol Lodekka Bus 1966. The Bristol Lodekka bus was the most successful of Bristol Commercial Vehicles Ltd's designs. Over 5200 were built between 1949 and 1968. Purchased by the Museum with grant aid from the Science Museum PRISM Fund and the Bristol Magpies. The Lodekka was designed in 1949 as a low bridge double decker bus, capable of.
  5. BRISTOL COMMERCIAL VEHICLES Ltd Chassis Plate Lodekka Bus Coach Badge Emblem - $155.55. FOR SALE! IN GOOD ORIGINAL USED CONDITION, MEASURES 16 CM X 9.5 CM. Note: 25501603300
  6. Bristol Omnibus 1957 Bristol Lodekka LDL6G ECW H37/33RD. Among the 250 LD chassis built in 1957 as the 134th sanction were scattered six chassis to the new legal length on two axles of 30ft. They are generally referred to as type LDL, but I have seen LLD used in some factory documents

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1966 ECW Lodekka FS6B (Bristol Engine) Chassis 23055. In November 1980 she was one of the last pair of Lodekkas in the West Yorkshire fleet. This bus entered service in December 1966. It was allocated to the York West Yorkshire Joint Committee Fleet and thus had a Y-prefix to it's original fleet number. In the 1971 renumbering scheme it became. The Bristol Lodekka was a low-height double-decker bus built by Bristol Commercial Vehicles in England. Bristol manufactured over 5,200 Lodekkas from 1949 to 1968, as a standard double-deck vehicle for the UK state-owned bus sector. With all examples bodied by Eastern Coach Works in Lowestoft, they have a traditional half-cab design and a lower floor level allowing a low overall height. The. Dennis discussed the enquiry with Bristol, which sent drawings of the proposed Lodekka FLF model that it had offered to the Tilling companies without generating much interest. After seeing the drawings, Edgley Cox bought the prototype chassis, which appeared at the 1958 Commercial Motor Show with a Gardner 6LW engine and 70-seat Willowbrook body 1965 Bristol Lodekka Double Decker Bus For Sale! Purchased in Oregon in 2010, this bus got a total renovation and was made into a vintage clothing shop. When the bus was purchased in 2010, it had the ability to be driven

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  1. Eastern Counties Bristol Lodekka LFS 109 at Ipswich Old Cattle Market Bus Station, c1975. 9098 RLJ506 Bristol LD6G Lodekka --- Winchester 27-3-76 * by Michael Thorne. 5. Del new in 7/55 to Hants & Dorset fleet no 1356, renumbered to 1420 9/71, transferred to the training fleet 7/75 as 9098 scrapped 3/81
  2. The body is also better than the previous Bristol Lodekka net with ECW, there are also Northern Counties, Alexander, East Lancashire, Willowbrook with the capital of the city of Camusman. In addition, in 1970, there were more than a dozen VRT chassis burned in factory
  3. Dennis dabbled in the lowheight market, and made an agreement with Bristol to build the Lodekka under licence as the Loline. This chassis was available with Gardner 6LW or 6LX, AEC AV470 or Leyland 0.600 engines. The Gardner 6LX engine, introduced in 1958, was a more powerful (10.45-litre) option to the 6LW and was soon the standard choice for.
  4. THN 263 F arrived back in the North East on Friday 13th May. Former United Automobile Services ECW bodied Bristol Lodekka THN 263F (L263) has been secured for preservation from Belgium by the NEBPT. This vehicle was new to United in 1968 working from Scarborough depot. In May 1971 it was transferred from Scarborough to Darlington, then in 1973.
  5. Left to right, the Y-type single decker is mounted on a new Seddon Pennine chassis, a grey 1962 Bristol Lodekka FLF is a training bus, TCS174; a new Leyland FE30AGR with Northern Counties bodywork; a still in service Bristol Lodekka; the last Albion Lowlander UCS659; the last Leyland PD3 RCS382; and just visible in background another Y-type single decker. The mix of old and new buses probably.
  6. The Bristol Lodekka was first manufactured in 1949 as an attempt to produce a low-height double-deck bus without the 4-abreast seating / side gangway arrangement of the Lowbridge body invented by Leyland. ECW had previously built Lowbridge bodies on Bristol K chassis. The Lodekka used a mechanically-complex drop-centre rear axle to enable a.

CXB1404 Bristol Lodekka LD & F (complete) A Chassis List of Bristol Lodekka LD & F (complete).. £6.00 . Add to Cart. CXB1405 Bristol LS, MW, SC, SU. A Chassis List of Bristol LS, MW, SC, SU.. £4.50 . Add to Cart. Showing 1 to 5 of 5 (1 Pages). alternative to which a Bristol six-speed box will be offered in due course, The flat-floor Lodekka chassis remains basically unchanged, except for the adoption of a different radiator grille, whilst minor changes have been made to the Bristol BVW six-cylinder diesel engine, mainly by way of cleaning up the design It was available in four variants: FS (Flat floor, Standard/Short chassis); FL (Flat Floor, Long chassis); FSF and FLF (as for FS and FL, but with the second F denoting a forward entrance chassis). Interestingly, the Bristol BVW engine fitted to many a Lodekka from 1958 onwards did have version numbers Bristol / ECW Lodekka LD Mk.I. After six pre-production buses built in 1953, production of the Bristol Lodekka LD commenced in 1954 and continued until the end of 1959 (mid 1961 in Scotland) when it was replaced by the flat floor F series Lodekka. The version modelled in this kit has the Mark 1 Eastern Coach Works body, of which about 800 were. 1966 ECW Lodekka FS6B (Bristol Engine) Chassis 23055. In November 1980 she was one of the last pair of Lodekkas in the West Yorkshire fleet. This bus entered service in December 1966. It was allocated to the York West Yorkshire Joint Committee Fleet and thus had a Y-prefix to it's original fleet number. In the 1971 renumbering scheme it became.

Bristol/ECW. LD Lodekka. Platform Doors. After six open platform pre-production buses built in 1953, production of the Bristol Lodekka LD commenced in 1954 and continued until the end of 1959 (mid 1961 in Scotland) when it was replaced by the flat floor F series Lodekka. The version modelled in this kit has the Mark 1 Eastern Coach Works body. The Lodekka bus was designed in 1949 as a low bridge double-decker bus capable of passing under bridges as low as 4.117m. Most low bridge buses had an offset well in the upper floor and banks of three or four seats to one side only; a long stretch for the conductor collecting fares and passengers leaving the window seats. The Bristol design overcame this problem by offsetting the drive shaft. This bus is a 1967 Bristol Lodekka Model. The bus is two levels and can seat up to 50 people. Still runs and drives! Fuel Type: Diesel Fuel Unique History of The Bus: This particular 1967 Bristol Lodekka Double Decker Bus was featured in the Jimmy Buffet (Here We Are) Music Video! https:/ youtu.be/jjRklVfny2A (Bus is shown at 1 min 20 sec

This auction has now closed. If you are interested in similar sales, click here . Catalogue and Bidding available from 23/11/2020 5.00 PM AEDT. 1964 Bristol Lodekka Double Decker Bus. Body Type: Double Decker Bus. Build Date: 1964. Make: Bristol Lodekka. Configuration: 4x2 The lowbridge design was introduced and patented by Leyland in 1927 on their Titan TD1 chassis. Early examples were delivered to Glasgow Corporation amongst other operators. One of the Glasgow vehicles is preserved at the Scottish Vintage Bus Museum, Lathalmond, Fife. Disadvantages. Preserved Bristol Lodekka FS6 Bristol Lodekka FLF. Classic low-bridge design of the 1960s, this is the long wheelbase version (9.14m) of the Lodekka that is only 4.06m high and thereby eligible for certification in many countries abroad 1965 Bristol LFL Lodekka Double Decker Bus BOD39C. VIN 229169. Engine 6cyl Diesel. 4 speed manual transmission. Right hand drive. This bus was built (in October 1965) for Western National Omnibus Company (Fleet #2097), was exported to the US in 1978 and spent some time in Mobile, Alabama before being brought to Tacoma by Harold LeMay

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The Bristol Lodekka, introduced in 1949, was a revolutionary design to overcome the problem of getting double-decker buses under bridges where the headroom was lower than 14' 6 . previous attempts had focussed on the bus body with, typically, a sunken gangway running the length of the upper deck on the offside and passengers sitting four. Galleries » Chassis - Bristol Lodekka LD. Prints. Quality Gloss 6'' x 4'' Print. £1.30. Quality Gloss 7'' x 5'' Print. £2.00. Sort By Page of 13 (312 items total) « PREVIOUS NEXT » Views: 74 Added: 4 July, 2020. Bristol Commercial Vehicles Ltd, Bath Road, Brislington, Bristol 4. The matching pair of Lodekka chassis (on the right) and body (also on the right above) plates are from a 1966 Eastern Scottish Omnibuses FLF6LX registered GSG 219D with fleet number AA219

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  1. Galleries » Chassis - Bristol Lodekka LD. Prints. Quality Gloss 6'' x 4'' Print. £1.30. Quality Gloss 7'' x 5'' Print. £2.00. Sort By Page of 13 (310 items total) « PREVIOUS NEXT » Views: 37 Added: 9 December, 2020.
  2. Prototype chassis Bristol Lodekka LD5G: Prototype bodywork: Eastern Coach Works: Prototype length: 27 feet: Fleet number: LD204 (not carried) Registration number: M-87-59: Route number - Destination: Private Hire: Quantity: Uncertified: Date released - Hong Kong - UK: August 2015 September 201
  3. Brighton, Hove & District Bristol Lodekka FSF. Alexander Midland Bristol Lodekka FLF. the successful Olympian chassis was built and designed at Bristol initially, the Roe bodied Olympian was one of the last to be built in Bristol and the Greater Manchester Northern Counties example one of the first prototype B45 designated chassis
  4. The Bristol/ECW Lodekka model was the Tilling Group's main double-decker for more than a decade. Bristol MW ( Royal Blue ) The Bristol MW (Medium Weight) was the standard underfloor-engined Bristol single-decker for the late 1950s and early 1960s, replacing the semi-integral LS which had been in production since 1950
  5. This began an association between Bristol chassis and Gardner diesels which was to last right up to the end of production in 1984. By the mid 1930's, the Bristol Tramways Company had become a part of the Tilling Group, who owned many bus undertakings throughout Britain. Bristol invented the Lodekka by making the chassis lower by adapting.

Double-Deckers : Bristol Lodekka FLF (BE) Following on from the FSFs, the next Lodekka variant to be introduced by Central SMT was to be one of the most popular in fleets throughout the land : the Flat-floor, Long, Forward-entrance model.In its standard length with 70 seats, it was designated BE by Central, but numbering was in the same series as the B class Details about BRISTOL LODEKKA Chassis Plate 1950s vintage classic old London BUS parts project See original listing. BRISTOL LODEKKA Chassis Plate 1950s vintage classic old London BUS parts project: Condition:--not specified. Ended: 03 Apr, 2021 18:54:22 BST. Winning bid: £2.20 [ 3 bids]. Double-Deckers : Bristol Lodekka LD. The first Bristol Lodekka LD arrived in 1955 and set the pattern for well over 100 deliveries over the next six years, before newer models started to take over. Most of these were to the standard H33/27R layout, but there were some variations worthy of note : The story of Red & White Services and one of their classic British built coaches. A 1968 Bristol RELH chassis with Leyland O.600 diesel engine and Eastern Coach Works body. We call her Ruby, her registration is OAX 9F and fleet number RC.968

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The Lodekka was a double-deck bus chassis produced by Bristol Commercial Vehicles and bodied by Eastern Coach Works (ECW) of Lowestoft. Destined to be Bristol's final half-cab design, it represented the first successful attempt to produce a viable low-height double-decker without resorting to the use on the upper deck of a sunken side gangway, which necessitated awkward four-abreast seating The Buses and Coaches of Bristol and Eastern Coach Works outlines the history of Bristol Commercial Vehicles and Eastern Coach Works (ECW), two manufacturers that together developed some of the most familiar buses and coaches of the twentieth century. The book covers the full production histories and specifications for the standard range of models produced from 1936 to 1983 Reg No: RAG 411: Chassis: Bristol Lodekka LD6G: Chassis No: 177068: Body: Eastern Coach Works: Seating: H33/27RD: Body No: 12167: Date New: August 1961: Fleet No: B164

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A step back in time with Western National at sunny Sennen Cove. Colin Billington's Bristol FLF Flat floor, Long, Front entrance bus of low floor Lodekka type, giving passengers one step entrance and flat floor long before present generation of accessible buses (468 FTT) waits at the bus stop while Martin Stevens Bristol LD First Bristol Lodekka chassis, enabled full-height double deck. Bristol Commercial Vehicles was a bus and truck manufacturer from Bristol, England.The company emerged from the Bristol Tramways Company, founded in 1875 by Sir George White , an operator of trams in Bristol.Now renamed the Bristol Tramways & Carriage Company, the first omnibus was manufactured in 1908.Production ended in 1983 when production was relocated to the Leyland Motors factories It has chassis LDLX04 and ECW body EX4 and was the 30ft prototype flat floor Lodekka (a 27ft LDS was built a little earlier for Crosville). Previous Lodekkas had a sunken lower saloon centre gangway. When the flat floor models went into production in 1960 they were given an F model designation and the rear entrance version like this was the FL. From Our Collection: Cheltenham District Bristol Lodekka 802 MHW. Reg No: 802 MHW - new 1961. Operator: Cheltenham District. Chassis: Bristol FSF6G. Engine: Gardner 6LW 8.4 litre diesel. Gearbox: Crash. Body: ECW 60 seats. Low bridges and trees caused many operators problems and, in the late twenties, a 'low bridge' design of double-decker was. Bristol Lodekka. English double decker bus. - Manufacturing year 1964. With Gardner 6-cylinder diesel. According to previous owner this was reconditioned 3 years ago. Starts, drives and brakes well. Manual 4V + 1R. Impression of the bus is good, real eye catcher. Interior consists of a variety of 2, 3, 4 person benches

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Bristol chassis were in production from 1908 until 1983, with ECW bodywork available between 1936 and 1986. The registration search function at the top of the page will return details of the chassis/body for any Bristol built chassis, the details of which can be found on the sites detailed below

Bristol Lodekka Flf for hire in Poole. It is almost fifty years since 'Dekkabus' flagship classic double-decker first arrived in Dorset. On the 23rd of May 1967, new bus chassis 236149, routinely set off from Bristol's Motor Constructional Works for the two hundred and seventy mile journey to Lowestoft. There it.. 1964 Bristol Lodekka FS6B in Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em, 1973-1978 . Bristol Lodekka FS6G in Carry on Loving, 1970 . Bristol Lodekka FS6G in La mort en direct, 1980 . 1967 Bristol Lodekka FS6G in Bright Future, 1975 . 1961 Bristol Lodekka FSF6G in Kalifornia, 1993 . 1962 Bristol Lodekka FSF6G in A Friend's Betrayal, 1996 Bristol Lodekka LD1 SR - Bristol (233) , Bus, Coach 1/76 Scale, Out of production Model Bus, Now scarce. DiecastWholesaleuk 4.5 out of 5 stars (2) $ 32.55. Add to Favorites Bus Routes of Bristol MakeMatterMatter $ 7.40 FREE shipping Add to Favorites Bus Route of Bristol. Central SMT Bristol Lodekka FS6G ECW OM40818A B191 (AGM691B) on route 44 to Glasgow Anderston Cross. OM40818A B191 (AGM691B) on route 240 to Lanark. Photo courtesy of Model Bus Zone APRIL 2012 RELEAS L358 TAX235 Bristol Lodekka. This ex Red & White Bristol Lodekka LD6G fitted with the standard 60 seat ECW lowbridge body was delivered new to Tredegar Depot during 1958, but subsequently operated from various other depots of Red & White Services Ltd. Originally appearing in the standard Tilling Red and Cream livery until the formation of the.

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Bristol LH Service Manual . Bristol AVW Service Notes . Bristol BVW Engine Manual Bristol VRT-3 Service Manual . Bristol Lodekka Parts lists for series 155,156,178,179,180,181,205,208,210 & 236 . Bristol Service notes for Type L and Type K chassis The Bristol Lodekka was a revolutionary design, dating from the early 1950's. Cleverly engineered by Bristol, for the first time it enabled a bus fitted with a traditional type double deck body, with 2 + 2 seating arrangement on the upper deck, to pass under bridges as low as 13'6 Bristol Album - buses, coaches and lorries. Product Code: AR169. 1 review. Save £-5.95. £5.95. | /. Bristol buses were sturdy, dependable, workmanlike pieces of engineering. Similarly, the bodywork by Eastern Coach Works (ECW), seen on so many Bristol chassis, was well-proportioned and well-constructed, without any frills or furbelows Chassis codes 1959 Bristol Lodekka LD6B built new as convertible open-top bus. Now in service with Cumbria Classic Coaches. In accordance with Bristol Commercial Vehicles practice, chassis were designated by a two or three letter code, followed by the number of engine cylinders and engine manufacturer The transmission on the vehicle was mounted along one side of the chassis and the rear axle was of a drop centre design. This then allowed a much lower floor in the lower deck and a conventional layout on the upper deck with an overall height of approximately 13 feet 6 inches. The LD was born and aptly named Lodekka by Bristol

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the company had 72 Bristol 'Lodekka' (LD, FS & FL type) double deck buses anyway, that would be operational until the late 1970's. So, fr om 1966 to 1974 RED & WHITE bought 145 BRISTOL RE 's. They bought most RE chassis types and most Eastern Coach Works body styles (see vintage pictures below) Central SMT Bristol Lodekka 6G ECW H33/27R Fleet No.B37. Vintage image of bus. Scotland, UK - 1973: Vintage image of bus on road. Central SMT FLF6G/ECW BL355 registration number HGM 355E Central SMT Daimler CRG6LX chassis and ECW H43/34F body D3 registration. Vintage image of bus. Scotland, UK - 1973: Vintage image of bus in central Glasgow. 1955 Bristol 405 For Sale. £58,950. The Bristol Car Company has a rich and fascinating history. Its origins date back to the Bristol Aeroplane Company (formerly The British and Colonial Aeroplane Company) that was founded in February 1910 by Sir George White, chairman of the Bristol Tramways and Carriage Company, along with his son Stanley and. Bristol LODEKKA Low Height British Double Decker Bus Marketing Training double decker bus sale advertisement from the United Kingdom. Double decker coach. Routemaster. Price: $89,530. Year of manufacture: 196 Oxford Diecast Bristol Lodekka LD Eastern National - 1:148 Scale. £7.45 | / More info Add to Basket Oxford Diecast Bristol Lodekkas Bristol - 1:148 Scale The Bristol MW is a bus and coach chassis designed and built between 1956 and 1964 by Bristol Commercial Vehicles Ltd at Brislington, Bristol. The..

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An incredible rare 1950's Bristol local interest lubrication chart for Lodekka Type Chassis by Bristol Commercial Vehicle LTD type 250 having pictured a bus chassis with greasing and lubricate points around the bus. Measures 20 cm x 33 cm Bristol Omnibus Co. 2062 WHW374H . Stroud . 04th-July-2010 Bristol RELH6L - ECW DP49F This dual-purpose vehicle has a high floor coach chassis and an ECW body to a bus design Now safely and immaculately preserved by the Stroud RE Group BRISTOL TRAMWAYS & CARRIAGE COMPANY LIMITED: FHT 112: K5G: Bristol Tramways: 3209: Survivor: GHT 124: K5G: Bristol Tramways: C3312: Survivor: GHT 127: K5G: Bristol. Development of Bristol models in the 1930s - J-type single-decker, K-type double-decker and L-type single decker.The engines, including the Bristol petrol and diesel engines, and other manufacturers' engines used in Bristol chassis.The Lodekka - the radical replacement for the Lowbridge double-decker in the 1950s.The single-deckers of the 1950s.

Note: This is a sub-section of Bristol Commercial Vehicles. The Bristol Lodekka was a low-height double-decker bus Bristol manufactured over 5,200 Lodekkas from 1949 to 1968, as a standard double-deck vehicle. All examples were bodied by Eastern Coach Works in Lowestoft. They have a traditional half-cab design and a lower floor level allowing a. The following vehicles in this list came from North Western Road Car Co. on 1st March 1972: 172-6, 262-4, 294-9, 330-42, 364-79, 395-7. 365/6 were renumbered to 398/9 when the new 364-8 (Bristol RE's) arrived in June 1972 Bristol Commercial Vehicles was a vehicle manufacturer of in Bristol, England.Most production was of buses but trucks and railbus chassis were also built.. The Bristol Tramways and Carriage Company started to build buses for its own use in 1908 and soon started building vehicles for other companies. In 1955 this part of the business was separated out as Bristol Commercial Vehicles Limited Bristol LD or FLF chassis and engine or complete vehicle wanted. Mike Pannell. 391. 0. Jan 4, 2014 11:36pm by Mike Pannell. NEED a Headgasket for 1961 Bristol Lodekka. Dick Messerly. 346. 0. Dec 14, 2013 5:20pm by Dick Messerly. Engine 5lw and brakes for Bristol Lodekka 1964. Brooks Thompson. 868. 2. Nov 21, 2013 10:29am by Lindsay Brown.

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The Museum reopened on 18th July 2020 - Click HERE for further informatio Bristol L6b Coach Chassis Classic British Coach Royal Blue Bristol Lodekka Fs Southdown Motor Services Ltd Bus 161428592 File Preserved Durham District Services Bus Db216 Hhn 202 1947 National Express West Midlands Is Changing Its Bus Services I The appearance of the Bristol Lodekka marked a leap forward in bus design equivalent to the later arrival of the rear-engined buses. It achieved low-height whilst still offering good headroom on both decks [without the intrusive sunken side gallery], a stepless entrance and flat floor on both decks through an innovative chassis design

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