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New Livered WTL at Worthing
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No: 28098   Contributor: Jon Godden   Year: 2011   Manufacturer: Scania   Country: United Kingdom
New Livered WTL at Worthing

Worthings new 1st WTL, HX11 HYH a Scania P280/JDC, seen in the drill yard on May 8th 2011, 2 days after going on the run as 01P1. This is the first Scania in the new cost saving livery with less white striping, and also has a strobe lightbar different to previous Scanias. She replaced HX58 KHW, which has gone for re-allocation - possibly Littlehamptons first. Thanks to ever helpful crew for positioning the new liveried machine.
Picture added on 10 May 2011 at 22:32
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