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New ALP, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
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No: 27675   Contributor: Andrew Middleton   Year: 2011   Manufacturers: Angloco, Scania   Country: United Kingdom
New ALP, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk

Scania P310/Bronto F32RL/Angloco ALP. Allocated to Great Yarmouth but not yet on the run. It is believed that June will be the date that she goes on the run, but untill all crews are trained on her, she resides at Gorleston as they have the room to accomodate.
Picture added on 11 April 2011 at 22:21
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I am sure that the above ALP IS now on the run as I have seen the Mercedes HP from GT. Yarmouth that the above ALP has replaced on another website awaiting disposal or a buyer!

Added by Paul M. Hillstead on 22 April 2011.
Not sure about that Paul. The date on the photo on Eevems site is 11/1/11 and I photographed her on the run a couple of weeks ago. Going to Great Yarmouth again this weekend.

Added by Andrew Middleton on 26 April 2011.
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