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  • Section A: The SELNEC Preservation Society - history, aspirations, objectives and the future.

    HISTORY, ASPIRATIONS AND OBJECTIVES

    SUMMARY OF THE PRESERVED FLEET

  • Manchester Rear Engined Buses
  • Manchester City Transport Coaches
  • Manchester/SELNEC Mancunians
  • SELNEC/GMT Standards
  • SELNEC/GMT Seddon Minibus
  • SELNEC Bristol VRT
  • GMT Bristol LH
  • GMT Leyland National
  • GMT Leyland Titan B15
  • GMT Metrobuses
  • GMT Volvo Ailsa
  • GMT Standard Olympians
  • GMT Scania
  • Dennis Falcon V
  • Volvo Citybus B10
  • GMT Dennis Dominator
  • GMT Leyland Cub
  • GMT Dennis Domino
  • GMT Dodge Minibus
  • GMB Iveco / Ford
  • GMB Leyland Lynx
  • GMB Mercedez Benz
  • Ancillary Vehicles
  • YEAR REGISTRATIONS

    EXHIBITION AND SUPPORT VEHICLES

    PRESERVATION CANDIDATES

    DRIVING PRESERVED BUSES

    STATUTORY OFF ROAD NOTIFICATION AND HISTORIC VEHICLE CLASSIFICATION

    SELNEC PRESERVATION SOCIETY'S VEHICLES ENTERED INTO THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ROAD TRANSPORT MUSEUMS DATABASE (NARTM)

    LAYOUT OF PREMISES IN LEIGH AND WIGAN

    SPARE PARTS AND VEHICLE ACQUISITIONS

    SELNEC PRESERVATION SOCIETY PUBLICITY

    PARTICIPATION IN RALLIES WITH VEHICLES PRESERVED BY SELNEC PRESERVATION SOCIETY

  • Trans Lancs - 1999
  • Trans Lancs - 2000
  • Trans Lancs - 2002
  • BIG ORANGE - 2004
  • SELNEC 40 - 2010
  • PROGRESS AND THE FUTURE

  • Section B: Background history of Manchester Corporation Transport Department's rear-engined double deck buses and preservation of 3832 & 4708.

  • Section C: Manchester City Transport Coaches

  • Section D: Manchester City Transport's new Mancunian and preservation of five ex-Manchester/SELNEC examples 1142, 1177, 2130, 2220 and 1066.

  • Section E: Formation of SELNEC PTE in 1969, and the background history to the development of the SELNEC/GMT Standard double deck bus and the acquisition of the prototype Standards EX1 and EX19, plus the preservation of 25 relevant examples 7206, 7185, 7143, 7232, 7032, 7077, 7147, 7366, 7501, 7960, 8001, 8116, 8141, 6990, 6901, 8325, 8455, 8460, 8501, 8601, 8645, 8700, 8701, 8765 and 6912.

  • Section F: The production Standard and the preservation of a relevant SELNEC/GMT Standards, 1448, 1451, 1461, 1472, 1481, 3001, 3009/3010, 3030, 3101, 3201, 2001, 3225, 3277, and 5320.

  • Section G: Preservation of four of SELNEC/Greater Manchester's First Minibuses 1700, 1711, 1733 and 1735.

  • Section H: Other recently preserved vehicles from the SELNEC/GMT fleet, 408, 1321, 105, 4002, 4015, 5001, 1751 and 1823.

  • Section I: The remaining vehicles in the batches from which the SELNEC Preservation Society has an interest or has preserved examples.


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