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Howlett's Bus Company

The photograph below shows a 14 seater Reo bus, which was put into service in the 1920s.

John Bennett provided additional details about the vehicle:
NR 7181 Reo Speed Wagon chassis number 120913, new July 1925. The body was by Willowbrook of Loughborough and was fitted in 1928. It had fourteen seats and a front entrance.

This bus was destroyed in an accident in October 1930, which was reported in the Loughborough Echo. See artefact 1300.


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 Submitted on: 2010-06-07
 Submitted by: Dox Wix
 Artefact ID: 812
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