01 December 2011

alive and well

Former Plymouth Atlantean 130 STK130T reportedly scrapped 5-6 years ago has in fact turned up alive and well. Just as 129 STK 129T IS FACING THE CUTTERS TOURCH FUNNY HOW THINGS WORK OUT.

Anyone interested in her on going preservation must act reasonably quickly and get in touch with Ralph Delbridge via the Plymouthcitytransport preservation group. We look forward to hearing from any interested parties.

PCB Leyland Atlantean AN 130 - Ply., Keswick Cr - 18-07-1987 (2)
©Jos Van Hemert 18 July 1987 - less than 100 yards from my house.

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