Go North East Fleet Archive Go North East's 3832
July 2018 Go North East
This vehicle has been donated to Cleveland and Durham Police, which will act as a key training facility for over 100 firearms officers and commanders across both police forces, teaching them how to act when faced with crises and threats to the public. From hostage situations and working with negotiators, to containing a bus for the community’s safety and helping injured passengers, the vehicle provides a realistic space at the Police’s tactical training centre, to carry out essential exercises and set-ups. Officers will learn how to get on and navigate around the space of a bus, how to deal with subjects on-board, how to properly organise themselves when working in emergency incidents and how to react when found in a threatening situation. In return earlier this year, Cleveland and Durham Police delivered essential training to Go North East’s senior leadership team and will shortly be carrying out similar training to the company’s control room team, on handling potentially difficult scenarios.
April 2018 Go North East Photograph by aptyldsley
Following the allocation of three former "Toon Link" branded Scania N94UD/East Lancs OmniDekka vehicles to Riverside Depot to replace the batch of three Volvo Olympian/Northern Counties Palatine 2 vehicles on the private Jewish Scholars contract, this vehicle has been withdrawn from service.
August 2017 Go North East
Prior to the new school term commencing on the Jewish Scholars contract; this vehicle has returned to service at Riverside, following temporary transfer to Stanley.
August 2017 Go North East
To provide Riverside Depot with extra low-floor double-deck vehicles for the duration of the Metro Replacement contract, this vehicle has transferred from Riverside Depot to Stanley, in exchange for a low-floor Dennis Trident/Plaxton President from Stanley. This bus cannot be used in public service whilst at Stanley Depot, due to it not conforming with DDA / PSVAR requirements, but will be used instead on Staff Shuttle services between Stanley Depot, Stanley Bus Station and Consett Bus Station.
December 2016 Go North East Photograph by Jamie OLD ACCOUNT HAHA
Following the transfer of Volvo Olympian/Northern Counties Palatine 2 3830 (S830 OFT) from Stanley Depot to Riverside to evaluate suitability as a replacement vehicle for Volvo Olympian/Northern Counties Palatine 2 3824 (S824 OFT) which requires a new gearbox, it has been found that the former requires floor repairs, so this vehicle has also transferred from Stanley Depot to Riverside for the same purpose.
December 2007 Go North East Photograph by Carlisle Bus Group
This vehicle has received "Yellow Bus" branding. "Yellow Bus" is Go North East's new brand for vehicles in the fleet which operate special services such as school buses, miscellaneous peak-time services and special event shuttle services. Yellow was adopted as a standard color for North American school buses beginning in 1939. The colour, which became known as "school bus yellow" in America, was selected because black lettering on that specific hue was easiest to see in the semi-darkness of early morning and late afternoon. For the same reasons, Go North East has adopted the idea for its own fleet.
November 2007 Go North East Photograph by Carlisle Bus Group
This vehicle has been repainted into a plain yellow base livery and the extended luggage bays on this vehicle have also been removed.
January 2016 Go North East
Ahead of new Optare Solo SR minibuses arriving at Hexham Depot to upgrade some of the "Tynedale Links" services which currently operate with Transbus Mini Pointer Darts; this vehicle has been repainted into a plain yellow base livery with a blue strip above the windows, providing a consistent brand design with the new vehicles due for delivery shortly.
January 2020 Go North East
This vehicle has been sold to Scarlet Band, West Cornforth.
January 2020 Go North East
Following the entry into service of 6337 at Consett, this vehicle has now transferred from Consett Depot to Deptford.
January 2017 Go North East
Having been loaned to Chester-le-Street from Stanley to alleviate vehicle shortages, this vehicle has now temporarily transferred from Chester-le-Street Depot to Washington, serving the same purpose.