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The only preserved Leyland-DAB series 1 bus at the Danish Tramway Museum. This bus was developed by
Photo by Thomas de Laine
Danish Tramway Museum, Skjoldenæsholm, Denmark - 15 June 2013
The only preserved Leyland-DAB series 1 bus at the Danish Tramway Museum. This bus was developed by Leyland-DAB for the replacement of trams in Copenhagen in the 1960's.
Operator: Københavns Sporveje
Fleet number: 995
Model: Leyland-DAB LIDRT 1/2 SP
Chassis number: 640042S
Yearmodel: 1964
This picture was added 16 June 2013.
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