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Mariscal Sucre Intl. Airport (SEQM/UIO)
Airbus A320-232 cn2984 de 2006
THY Turkish Airlines (13/12/2006 - 09/2018)
aéroport Nice Côte d'Azur
F-WWIE, TC-JPF, stocké (2018/2019), OE-LOM, 9H-LOM.
National Express E400 Hybrid 5415 passes along Lichfield Street, working a 1 service for Dudley Bus Station
Operator: National Express West Midlands
Fleet Details: 5415
Registration: BX13 JPF
Vehicle Type: Alexander Dennis Enviro 400 E40H
New to Wolverhampton 04/13
A veces echo tanto de menos las diapos !!! EPD 200 ASA 35mm. GRAN PELICULA
In 1972 South Wales Transport placed an order for 21 AEC Swifts but these were taken over by London Country to replace RFs on Green Line work. A surprise at the Epping Ongar Railways reshaping and beyond event produced SMA8 JPF 108K seen here at North Weald station, blinded up for the south orbital Green Line route 725. SMA8 spent the middle part of her working life based at Northfleet. Sunday 9th September 2018. DSCN47242.
Fleet No: 5415
Reg Plate: BX13 JPF
Vehicle: Alexander Dennis Enviro 400 Hybrid
Route: 1 Tettenhall Wood via Sedgley and Wolverhampton
Location: Garrick Street, Wolverhampton
Alexander bodied AEC Swift SMA 1 (CY) JPF 101K was used for private hire work, seen here inside Northfleet garage whilst visiting the garage's open day on Saturday 30th August 1980. 539.
Green Line liveried SMA 8 JPF 108K at Showbus, Redbourn. Sunday 29th September 2019. DSCN50521.
A 1972 AEC Swift-Alexander.
Airbus A330-202 Air Europa s/n 733
Delivery flight TLS/MAD AEA001
© Eurospot / TLS 2006
AEC Swift SMA 8 JPF 108K was allocated to East Grinstead (EG) for a while, being a suitable vehicle for excursions and private hire from that town. It is caught waiting outside East Grinstead garage on Wednesday 15th November 1978. 4R-10.
It rained a lot, being from Brazil, she was frozen. She didn`t complain one second, and we did it fast. Make up: Vero Monaco
Another image from a recently acquired collection. Help with location etc would be most welcomed.
16 Jan 2009
Built in 2006
Test registration was F-WWIE
In 1972, the SMA class entered Green Line service on South Orbital route 725. These 21 Swifts had 36" 1' Alexander bodywork of an attractive appearance, from the inside too, with ramped floor and deep panoramic side windows for superb vision. Ordered by South Wales Transport as buses, they were diverted to London Country, who were in time to arrange for them to be equipped to coach specification instead.
Dartford's SMA 19 (DT) JPF 119K passes the crossroads at Chislehurst War Memorial on the 725. Monday 28th February 1977. 3M-6.