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|Details: Most of the 19 Land Rovers that have been taken into the numbered fleet since 1963 were long wheelbase examples used as personnel carriers. An exception was 4404LR (M997BEC), a Land Rover Defender 110 Tdi model used as a HV Mains Fault Investigation Unit. The vehicle has a distinctive appearance and, being unlettered, may have been mistaken for a portaloo! The picture was taken at Neasden in 1996.|
This vehicle can still be seen in the London area although now operated by SeeBoard.
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|Kim Rennie||Was transferred to Seeboard Powerlink and gained their name on cab doors. Last seen in Greenwich and probably on the way to the ex-LCCT Greenwich power station.||Wed 09/05/2007, 11:08|
|Thomas Young||Was seen at Harrow in 2005 in Powerlink livery (white with blue lettering, including a very large letter e on the bodyside). It had acquired a Luton-style body extension over the cab. Picture to be posted soon.||Sat 19/05/2007, 22:26|