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From late 2012 Go-Ahead London introduced a large fleet - the UK's largest so far - of battery-power
Photo by Ian F.R. Simpson
Bank (London), England (UK) - 12 April 2018
From late 2012 Go-Ahead London introduced a large fleet - the UK's largest so far - of battery-powered buses on its Red Arrow services 507 and 521 in the heart of London's business district. These Alexander-Dennis E200MMC-bodied BYD D9URs carry the unusual fleet code SEe, as exemplified here by SEe25.
Operator: Go-Ahead London
Fleet number: SEe25
Registration plate: LJ66 CGK
Model: BYD D9UR - Alexander-Dennis E200MMC
VIN code: LC04S44S2G4000234
Yearmodel: 2016
This picture was added 20 April 2018.
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