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January 2018 Go North East This vehicle has been sold for scrap to Alpha Recovery, Weetslade.
November 2017 Go North East Photograph by Following the cascade of Scania N94UD/East Lancs OmniDekka 6141 (YN04 GJY) and 6142 (YN04 GJZ) to Stanley, this vehicle has been withdrawn from service at Stanley Depot. The withdrawal of this vehicle leaves just one of its type to remain in the Go North East fleet, Dennis Trident/Plaxton President 3889 (NK51 UCS), which has been retained beyond initial expected withdrawal to cover for fire-damaged Scania CN230UB/Scania Omnicity 5248 (NK56 KHU).
September 2017 Go North East Following the end of the two-phase Major Line Closure taking place between Monday 31st July and Saturday 2nd September 2017 to allow for work at Northumberland Park station and track and bridge renewal work which forms part of the £350m Metro: all change modernisation programme, this vehicle has returned to service at Stanley Depot.
August 2017 Go North East Due to a higher vehicle requirement for the second phase of the Major Line Closure, taking place between Monday 31st July and Saturday 2nd September 2017 to allow for work at Northumberland Park station and track and bridge renewal work which forms part of the £350m Metro: all change modernisation programme, this vehicle has transferred from Deptford Depot to Riverside, to operate Metro Replacement service 900.
May 2008 Go North East Photograph by This vehicle has received "Angel" branding.
April 2008 Go North East Photograph by Having received a partial front end pink repaint in September 2007, this vehicle has now received a full plain pink base livery repaint and has also been fitted with LED destination displays.
September 2007 Go North East Photograph by Prior to new branding being launched, this vehicle's front end has been repainted into a plain pink base livery.

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June 2020 Go North East Service changes from Monday 1 June 2020 resulted in service 9 being split at Sunderland into two separate routes, as it operated initially prior to January 2018. Service 9 now operates between Sunderland and Lukes Lane only, every... see more
June 2016 Go North East This vehicle has been reinstated at Stanley Depot.
June 2020 Go North East This vehicle has been sold to Plymouth Citybus. It has been acquired by Plymouth Citybus, due to their increased vehicle requirement for the Go Cornwall Bus subsidiary.
June 2020 Go North East From Monday 1 June 2020, in line with guidance from the government, Go North East's bus services will start returning to what can be considered a 'normal' level of service on weekdays (albeit still reduced on... see more
June 2017 Go North East This vehicle has received "See it, Do it, Sunderland" branding, with sub-branding for service 36 (Chester-le-Street - Castletown).
June 2020 Go North East From Monday 1 June 2020, in line with guidance from the government, Go North East's bus services will start returning to what can be considered a 'normal' level of service on weekdays (albeit still reduced on... see more
June 2008 Go North East This vehicle has been repainted into a plain yellow base livery.
June 2020 Go North East From Monday 1 June 2020, in line with guidance from the government, Go North East's bus services will start returning to what can be considered a 'normal' level of service on weekdays (albeit still reduced on... see more
June 2016 Go North East Originally added to commemorate the company's centenary year in 2013, this vehicle has had its 'Northern' fleet names stripped ahead of the introduction of a new company corporate livery.
June 2020 Go North East From Monday 1 June 2020, in line with guidance from the government, Go North East's bus services will start returning to what can be considered a 'normal' level of service on weekdays (albeit still reduced on... see more