RLH 4

May 2012 - pictured on Flickr at the Londoner restaurant, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

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11th May 2011

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Pictured just after the bus had been driven 3 hours to here by the new owner, who intends to restore it to promote the Londoner Pub and Grill. 3 days after it was moved from Vidalia, the Mississippi had flooded the spot where the bus was located to a depth of 4 feet.

Photo used with permission of Chip Gary

May 2004 - Still at location below

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September 2003

Vidalia, Louisiana (over the river from Natchez, Mississippi) - for sale

Photo used with permission of Brian Coney

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September 2003

Vidalia, Louisiana (over the river from Natchez, Mississippi) - for sale

Photo used with permission of Brian Coney

2000 - Still operational

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October 1998

Natchez, Mississippi

With Double Deck Sightseeing Tours. Understood to have an International Diesel Engine installed, and to have been in Natchez for 7-8 years. The rear extension and ducting is part of an air conditioning system. The text above the lower deck windows reads 'Double Decker Sight Seeing Tours - Natchez, MS - 445-9300 - AIR CONDITIONED'.

Photo used with permission of Jim Gorman

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1977

Memphis, Tennessee. Advertising the Overton Square shopping mall

Photo supplied by John Royle

1969 - Used for student transfers; Norman, Oklahoma, USA

8/1968 - Exported (from Cardiff Docks) to Ye Olde Kansas City Touring Assoc, Kansas City, MO, USA along with sister RLH 6.

6/1968 - Sold to a dealer. Converted with platform doors and different rear lights.

12/1964 - Became the first RLH to be purchased by independent operator Samuel Ledgard of Leeds

UK registration number: KYY 504

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