30 April 2024

Fleet Update Plymouth Citybus

The next part of the Plymouth Citybus fleet update looks at the rest of the older Enviro 200s

136 WA08LDF Dennis Dart Enviro 200 Alexander Enviro 200 B38F Jul 2008 PLYMOUTH Citybus ৲ Withdrawn
137 WA08LDJ Dennis Dart Enviro 200 Alexander Enviro 200 B38F Jul 2008 PLYMOUTH Citybus ৲  
138 WA08LDK Dennis Dart Enviro 200 Alexander Enviro 200 B38F Jul 2008 PLYMOUTH Citybus ৲  
139 WA08LDL Dennis Dart Enviro 200 Alexander Enviro 200 B38F Jul 2008 PLYMOUTH Citybus ৲  
140 WA08LDN Dennis Dart Enviro 200 Alexander Enviro 200 B38F Jul 2008 PLYMOUTH Citybus ৲  
141 WA08LDU Dennis Dart Enviro 200 Alexander Enviro 200 B38F Jul 2008 PLYMOUTH Citybus ৲ Withdrawn
142 WA08LDV Dennis Dart Enviro 200 Alexander Enviro 200 B38F Jul 2008 PLYMOUTH Citybus ৲  
143 WA08LDX Dennis Dart Enviro 200 Alexander Enviro 200 B38F Jul 2008 PLYMOUTH Citybus ৲  
144 WA08LDZ Dennis Dart Enviro 200 Alexander Enviro 200 B38F Jul 2008 PLYMOUTH Citybus ৲  
145 WA08LEF Dennis Dart Enviro 200 Alexander Enviro 200 B38F Jul 2008 PLYMOUTH Citybus ৲  
146 WA08LEJ Dennis Dart Enviro 200 Alexander Enviro 200 B38F Jul 2008 PLYMOUTH Citybus ৲  
147 WJ65HMA Alexander Dennis E20D Alexander Dennis Enviro 200 B37F Jan 2016 Go CORNWALL bus  
148 WJ65HMC Alexander Dennis E20D Alexander Dennis Enviro 200 B37F Jan 2016 PLYMOUTH Citybus ৲  
149 WJ65HMD Alexander Dennis E20D Alexander Dennis Enviro 200 B37F Jan 2016 Go CORNWALL bus  
150 WJ65HME Alexander Dennis E20D Alexander Dennis Enviro 200 B37F Jan 2016 PLYMOUTH Citybus  \\\  
151 WJ65HMF Alexander Dennis E20D Alexander Dennis Enviro 200 B37F Jan 2016 Go CORNWALL bus  
152 WJ65HMG Alexander Dennis E20D Alexander Dennis Enviro 200 B37F Jan 2016 PLYMOUTH Citybus ৲  
153 WJ65HMH Alexander Dennis E20D Alexander Dennis Enviro 200 B37F Jan 2016 Go CORNWALL bus  
154 WJ65HMK Alexander Dennis E20D Alexander Dennis Enviro 200 B37F Feb 2016 Go CORNWALL bus  
155 WJ65HMO Alexander Dennis E20D Alexander Dennis Enviro 200 B37F Feb 2016 Go CORNWALL bus  
156 WJ65HMU Alexander Dennis E20D Alexander Dennis Enviro 200 B37F Feb 2016 Go CORNWALL bus  
157 WJ65HMV Alexander Dennis E20D Alexander Dennis Enviro 200 B37F Feb 2016 Go CORNWALL bus  
158 WJ65HMX Alexander Dennis E20D Alexander Dennis Enviro 200 B37F Feb 2016 Go CORNWALL bus  
159 WJ65HMY Alexander Dennis E20D Alexander Dennis Enviro 200 B37F Feb 2016 Go CORNWALL bus  
160 YX09FLR Alexander Dennis E20D Alexander Dennis Enviro 200 B26F Jul 2009 PLYMOUTH Citybus ৲ Withdrawn
161 YX09FLV Alexander Dennis E20D Alexander Dennis Enviro 200 B26F Jul 2009 PLYMOUTH Citybus ৲ Withdrawn
162 YX56HVF Alexander Dennis E20D Alexander Dennis Enviro 200 B38F Jan 2017 PLYMOUTH Citybus ৲ Withdrawn
163 YX56HVG Alexander Dennis E20D Alexander Dennis Enviro 200 B38F Jan 2017 PLYMOUTH Citybus ৲  
164 YX56HVH Alexander Dennis E20D Alexander Dennis Enviro 200 B38F Jan 2017 PLYMOUTH Citybus ৲  
165 YX56HVJ Alexander Dennis E20D Alexander Dennis Enviro 200 B38F Jan 2017 PLYMOUTH Citybus ৲  
166 YX57BXB Alexander Dennis E20D Alexander Dennis Enviro 200 B37F Oct 2007 PLYMOUTH Citybus ৲ Withdrawn
167 LX07BXO Dennis Dart E200 Alexander Enviro 200 B31F Mar 2007 PLYMOUTH Citybus  \\\ Withdrawn
168 LX07BXP Dennis Dart E200 Alexander Enviro 200 B31F Mar 2007 PLYMOUTH Citybus  \\\  
169 LX07BXR Dennis Dart E200 Alexander Enviro 200 B29D Mar 2007 Ɵ GO Ahead London Withdrawn
170 LX07BYB Dennis Dart E200 Alexander Enviro 200 B--D Mar 2007 CHATTER BUS  
171 SN57DWL Dennis Dart E200 Alexander Enviro 200 B32D Oct 2007 Ɵ GO Ahead London BLUE TRIANGLE FOR SPARES

As always let me know if I have missed anything above or have anything wrong!

138

WA08LDK

146

WA08LEJ

152

WJ65HMG

161 – now withdrawn

YX09FLV

163

YX56HVG

167

LX07BXO

All pictures were taken in service in March this year.

In other news – another two double deckers have arrived at Milehouse, Oxford 302 and  306 details below

OE11YMY  YX57BXB

This gives us:

No. Reg Chassis Body Seats New Livery Notes
[302] OE11YMY Alexander Dennis Trident E40H Alexander Enviro 400 H47/30F Jun 2011 OX City Purple Not yet in service
[305] OE11YNK Alexander Dennis Trident E40H Alexander Enviro 400 H47/30F Apr 2011 OX City Maroon Not yet in service
[306] OE11YMZ Alexander Dennis Trident E40H Alexander Enviro 400 H47/30F Jun 2011 OX City Maroon Not yet in service
[313] OE11YNJ Alexander Dennis Trident E40H Alexander Enviro 400 H47/30F Jun 2011 OX City Red Not yet in service
[317] OE11YNL Alexander Dennis Trident E40H Alexander Enviro 400 H47/30F Jun 2011 OX City Red Not yet in service

21 comments:

  1. 141 and 161 are still tracking today according to bustimes? Also has 150 been perm withdrawn following the fatal RTC?

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    1. Bustimes doesnt seem too reliable as of late. A few people seem keep changing stuff constantly that isnt correct. Im not sure on 141s status but suspect its possible that 141s ticket machine maybe currently on a decker given it was on a few school and college services today .Then again with so many GNW E200 and OBC E400 buses yet to enter service the time you factor in breakdowns anythings possible!

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    2. Bustimes is full of people who simply don't know. I know a lot of people wait for JBs updates, which are very helpful, but people are contesting his updates now which is causing these issues. Of course everything can change, but nobody else has any other proof that what JB says is wrong.

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  2. 161 is still in public service today.. dont think it will be long until it goes though

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    1. Still in service as of 3rd May.

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  3. i saw 161 today (it's due for withdraw soon). i haven't seen 141 but it is tracking (?). Some people are saying 136 hasn't been withdrawn too, but until i see it back on the road i'd say it is. 150 has vanished into thin air - nobody has seen it since it's terrible accident in January.

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  4. Sorry guys, just very confused, are they getting rid of the 2015 e200s?

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    1. As a complete outsider. Does such a comment deem appropriate ?

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  6. 150 is still with DVSA after the rtc, it will probably stay with them until and court proceedings

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    1. Makes sense, compounded. I guess it's up near Exeter atm then.

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  7. OE11 YMZ 5029 out in service today in purple according to bustimes, anyone been on it?

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  8. Considering the state of some of the fleet at the moment, and the fact that most of the Orbits are ready to see service, i'm really surprised to not see more of them in service regardless of paintjobs or not. It also is slightly confusing how the two repainted ones have yet to receive vynls for the tramlines yet too, as surely that's the fastest part of the process? Is there such a major shortage that vynls don't matter

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  9. 5029 has been running GCB routes today….

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  10. The state of the fleet is quite bad, , its gotten to the point where buses are catching fire in service as one e200 was destroyed on the a38 today

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    1. Please don't spread false news. It wasn't in service and wasn't "destroyed", the rear of the vehicle has been severely damaged.

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    2. Anything can catch fire these days. As a coach driver, seeing vehicles on fire is the norm.....cars, vans, buses, coaches, hgvs...."the state" has nothing to do with it...anything can cause these fires....electrical, fuel, overheating....a decent vehicle can catch fire same as a tatty looking one.

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    3. To be clear, it was not in service. It was on road test.

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    4. Absolutely Anon 11/05 12:06 - this particular case was an engine repair/replace test run, turns out it didn't hold up - just glad it wasn't in passenger service and that nobody was injured. Quick thinking by the engineer too.

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  11. After many arguments on 136s status, as of today, you can probably say it's not coming back after the fire during a test run this afternoon.

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    1. That was 136, yikes. Was trying to work out what bus it was.

      That’s pretty bad though!

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