RLH 7

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October 2019

Strangling Brothers Haunted Circus site, Lehi (near Salt Lake City), UT, USA

The attraction is open September-November evenings, the bus is used as an interesting backdrop for visitors

The 'Haunted Circus' name has been touched up in white not yellow and most of the window glass is now gone

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February 2017

Strangling Brothers Haunted Circus site, Lehi (near Salt Lake City), UT, USA

Advertised for sale on ksl.com

Only the offside (seen here) is painted with colourful artwork including an elephant and the 'Haunted Circus' name, but the rest of the bus remains in faded plain red.

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February 2015

Strangling Brothers Haunted Circus site, Lehi (near Salt Lake City), UT, USA

Advertised for sale on bargainbusnews.com (incorrectly described as a 1954 Bristol)

Photo used with permission of the above web site

July 2012 - pictured at the Strangling Brothers Haunted Circus site, Lehi (near Salt Lake City), UT, USA

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Sometime between 2003 and 2009

near Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (left hand bus)

August 2002 - Bus purchased and moved to Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

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April 2001

For sale on internet auction sites www.ebay.com and www.nxtore.com in NE Kansas, USA

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April 2001

For sale on internet auction sites www.ebay.com and www.nxtore.com in NE Kansas, USA

August 1999 - Still owned by same person as below, Fairlawn, Topeka, Kansas

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Sometime between 1987 and 1996

Topeka, Kansas, USA

With 'Duncan's Movie Magic' adverts, for a video store.

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October 1972

Being washed at the Cherry Avenue depot of Long Beach Public Transportation Co., licence plate no. 518144, and still with old Dalston garage blinds fitted

© D. Pring

1967 - Carried to America on the deck of the last voyage of R.M.S. Queen Mary from Southampton (departing on the 31st October) to Long Beach (arriving 9th December) along with RLH 30

April 1966: Withdrawn from LT

April 1959: RLH 7 became one of only eight RLHs which changed from green to red with London Transport, just before moving to the central area at Dalston garage.

March 1957: Reassigned to Godstone garage.

June 1950: Allocated new to London Transport's country area Addlestone garage, painted green

1950: RLH 7 was built, painted in green for use in the London Transport country area.

UK registration number: KYY 507. For other identifying numbers (chassis, body etc) please see this table.

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