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Want to know more about Reading and the routes around it? Click this video and there will be a movie showing you all about it! :-)

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Existences
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Reading, of all things to put on the 702, you put an 8.9m Enviro200.
In fact, this precise batch. The thing probably has a max capacity of 30
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Seen these? Well, they're not even hybrids! Nor do they sound like average Enviro400s!

Discover the mystery of these converted Enviro400Hs, that possess the engine size of a Dart 4, and yet the gearbox of a 2007 Enviro400!

(SN61 BCV, 225)

Merry Christmas and happy New year from me

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A History lesson:

Why is there an Enviro400 on the 21? Well, my friends, that is because the batch you see on the Lion 4 wasn't always on the Lion 4.

Over the evolution of buses, certain routes have displaced others, a changeover of operators and new vehicles.

Behold - First Berkshire Route 190.
Route 190, with apparently the frequency of every 10 minutes and a blinds that almost resemble London, travelled via destinations Earley, Winnersh and Wokingham - from Reading to Bracknell. Hold on; didn't I just upload that?

According to online sources, Reading Buses took over the Route 190 and gave it SN11plate E40Hs, renumbering it 4/X4 - hold on a second; that's the 21's old batch. So what did the 21 get?

Well, the 21 now has its known MMCs.
Lesson complete. :p
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Gee, the Route X4 sure is as fast as a Lion!
Anyway, fhat's 217 done! From Reading to Bracknell! Hope you enjoyed! It may be a while before our next uploaded full-journey... :o

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*What happens when you type 8 on RVF*
#ReadVehFinder
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stagecoach hull adl400mmc on x62 at Leeds coach station
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