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#11
(28/05/2016, 05:59)Dan Wrote: Screams "Lothian" to me!

Here it is https://www.flickr.com/photos/70333100@N...ateposted/
Lovely Vehicle it is!
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(21/06/2016, 22:05)South Tyne Lad Wrote: Here it is https://www.flickr.com/photos/70333100@N...ateposted/
Lovely Vehicle it is!

Barely an open topper mind.
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#13
(21/06/2016, 22:15)Adrian Wrote: Barely an open topper mind.

Half and half id say, Though the closed section does have the Sunroof Windows so suits all.

Bit of a more modern appearance over the Previous Optare Visionares that flood London though.
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#14
Noted at Heysham today ( 25th ) was Arriva's First Production Wright Streetdeck, Its destined for Arriva Kent ad Surrey.

First one to have gasket glazing windows too? I actually think it suits them better than full bonded glazing.
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(26/06/2016, 01:25)South Tyne Lad Wrote: Noted at Heysham today ( 25th ) was Arriva's First Production Wright Streetdeck, Its destined for Arriva Kent ad Surrey.

First one to have gasket glazing windows too? I actually think it suits them better than full bonded glazing.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/128789124@...920443616/
Just a trial at this stage like Arriva Midlands' Derby based FJ64 ETZ (although without it a non-Sapphire vehicle would need to be allocated to service 38) as opposed to a full batch order.
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#16
Streetdeck v Gemini 3.

Obviously the chassis and engine are different.
Apart from that, what are the differences between the two?
I've not had a go of the new batch of vehicles on the X9/10 yet, so haven't been able to judge/check for myself yet.
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