Go North East Fleet Go North East's 7136
July 2017 Go North East
This vehicle has now entered service at Chester-le-Street Depot's Coaching Unit.
July 2017 Go North East
This vehicle has arrived into the Go North East fleet. It is currently being prepared for service at Chester-le-Street Depot, where it will enter service within the company's Coaching Unit. It is one of a batch of five further five Volvo B11R/Caetano Levante 2 coaches acquired to join the existing batch of 13 in the fleet, and will replace the remaining five former Yourbus Volvo B9R/Caetano Levante coaches, new in 2010, in the National Express core fleet. Two of these will remain in the Coaching Unit to operate duplicate services, replacing the final two Scania K340EB/Caetano Levante coaches in the National Express fleet currently used for this purpose, while the remaining three will cascade to the Driver Training fleet and/or join the company's new Special Events and Private Hire fleet.
November 2013 Go North East
This vehicle has entered service at Gateshead Depot, on "Citylink" service 58, replacing the older articulated Mercedes Citaro vehicles previously allocated to the service. This bus also features free passenger Wi-Fi and Next Stop Announcements.
November 2015 Go North East
Having previously carried "Red Arrows" branding, this vehicle has been repainted into a plain red base livery. It is thought that this will coincide with a re-branding scheme of the "Red Arrows" branded vehicles once all vehicles have been repainted.
November 2013 Go North East
Following the entry into service of new Wright Streetlite vehicles at Deptford Depot on "Drifter" service 60, this vehicle has transferred from Deptford Depot to Chester-le-Street.
November 2016 Go North East
Following the removal of the "Northern" branding from this vehicle, it has now been treated to a partial repaint into Go North East's new corporate livery. The new livery design is a a lot more eye-catching and features a two-tone base livery, with the traditional key colour of red towards the front of the bus, and non-metallic dark blue towards the back. It is thought that further... see more