|First's W437CWX in the rear yard at Caister Road |
in December last year
Since that date, the post has gone viral and has been the most viewed on the blog ever - amazingly over 30% more viewings than the previous highest one
Not only was it well received, but it generated a considerable number of enquiries from would be preservationists.
Fellow blogger SteveW was instrumental in getting someone from his home county of Kent interested, which later fell through.
An Essex preservationist also viewed the decker and local enthusiast, Jamie Skinner also tried to save it but his attempt was also in vain
Not surprisingly a considerable amount of interest has been shown from within Yorkshire bus preservation circles as well. As you will have seen from the original post, which can be viewed HERE, the decker was new to Yorkshire Coastliner in June 2000
|W437CWX in the rear yard this morning as viewed from Harley Road|
Whilst finance is certainly a consideration, the decision made will also reflect the determination of the selected party to succeed and able to provide a suitable home for 34110
All I can say is watch this space!
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