04 March 2014

Life after Plymouth ODV78M

Kings Coach ex Western National 1078 (ODV 78M)
©BKP550
"This was a prototype VRT3 built in 11/73 but not licensed until 8/74 Converted for use as a bus for spreading the message of Jesus. Whitehaven 6/89"

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