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Vehicle - Vehicle - Bus - Bristol - Lodekka
Name Bus, Bristol Lodekka
Region Europe
Category Vehicle
Type Bus
SubType Bristol
Variety Lodekka
Manufacturer Bristol Commercial Vehicles (Details)
Era UK Era 5: BR Late crest (1956-1968)
Source of Text Wikipedia
Text Credit URL Link
Year(s) of Production 1949 - 1968



History: The Bristol Lodekka was a half-cab low-height step-free double-decker bus built by Bristol Commercial Vehicles in England. It was the first production bus design to have no step up from the passenger entrance throughout the lower deck. Bristol manufactured over 5,200 Lodekkas from 1949 to 1968, as a standard double-deck vehicle for the UK state-owned bus sector

Railroad/Company:
Bristol Commercial Vehicles was a vehicle manufacturer located in Bristol, England. Most production was of buses but trucks and railbus chassis were also built. The Bristol Tramways and Carriage Company started to build buses for its own use in 1908 and soon started building vehicles for other companies. In 1955 this part of the business was separated out as Bristol Commercial Vehicles Limited. It closed in 1983 when production was moved to its then parent company Leyland.


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Item created by: CNW400 on 2020-04-07 14:49:10

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