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Colin Lloyd
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69F B867KNJ
A4 B867KNJ

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Leatherhead Garage

Date added to site
11/11/2005

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Details: Most of the service vehicles used by LCBS carried plain liveries, either leaf green, white or yellow (in the case of recovery trucks). When LCBS was split up in 1986, the new operators introduced a variety of liveries, the longest-lived of which was London & Country's. Formed from a renaming of London Country South West, a smart two-tone green and red livery was adopted, and applied here to former 69F (B867KNJ). It was photographed at Leatherhead Garage on 17th May 1991 next to Olympian LR50 which still retains LCBS green. L&C had numerous changes of direction with its fleet numbering, particularly of its buses. This van was at some point renumbered A4.

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