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The first batch of fully-electric buses in the National Express West Midlands fleet entered service
Photo by Ian F.R. Simpson
Birmingham, England (UK) - 5 July 2020
The first batch of fully-electric buses in the National Express West Midlands fleet entered service on route 6 (Birmingham - Hall Green - Shirley - Solihull) today, July 5th 2020. The buses are based at Yardley Wood depot.
Operator: National Express West Midlands
Fleet number: E001
Registration plate: LF20XOA
Model: BYD LC04S / Alexander Dennis
Yearmodel: 2020
This picture was added 05 July 2020.
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