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AEC of the month

One of just nine UTIC U2043 integrals based on AEC Swift running units that were imported into the UK, GHP 994L ran with two other companies before moving to Westbourne Travel of Bournemouth. It was often used on feeder services between Bournemouth and Birmingham for Wallace Arnold tours. In 1982, a boom year for National Express during and after the national rail strike, it was seen running a National Express relief at Victoria, still in the two tone blue livery of original owner Supreme Tours. Sister GDU 66L is pictured in Stewart Brown's 2013 book while with Supreme Tours.


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