Go North East Fleet Go North East's 6138
April 2020 Go North East
Following completion of all required vehicle re-allocations; this vehicle has been temporarily withdrawn from service due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and has been officially delicensed (SORN'd), enabling Go North East to obtain a tax refund.
January 2020 Go North East
In order to isolate dual-door configuration buses at Saltmeadows, where they should only be allocated to Nexus Miscellaneous Works services, the scholars contracts at Riverside will now instead be operated from Saltmeadows. Provincial specification vehicles will instead be allocated to contracts from Riverside, where they are more likely to be allocated to services on the frontline core commercial network between schools, on weekends, and during school holidays. As such, this vehicle has transferred from Saltmeadows Road Depot to Riverside.
October 2019 Go North East
As it is due 28-day safety inspection, this vehicle has transferred from Consett Depot back to Saltmeadows. The ADL Enviro400s are still not yet ready to enter service, so a further swap will take place, with three more Saltmeadows Scania N94UD/East Lancs OmniDekka temporarily being allocated to Consett.
October 2019 Go North East Photograph by Gobbiner
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Due to the delay in the entry into service of the new ADL Enviro400 vehicles at Consett, and changes already being made to drivers duties and running boards based on double-deck vehicles being in service at Consett, this vehicle has temporarily transferred from Saltmeadows Road Depot to Consett, in order to operate service X30.
September 2019 Go North East
In line with the new academic school year, this vehicle has transferred from Chester-le-Street Depot to Saltmeadows Road. This vehicle transfer is as a result of new contractual requirements for some of the Nexus Miscellaenous Works services for the 2019/20 academic year, now requiring a higher capacity, which Go North East's dual-door configuration buses do not meet.
November 2018 Go North East
Following temporary loan to Crook Depot, this vehicle has now returned to service at Chester-le-Street.
November 2018 Go North East Photograph by Ken Weaver
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This vehicle has transferred from Chester-le-Street Depot to Crook, on temporary loan, to alleviate vehicle shortages.
November 2018 Go North East
Following temporary loan to Crook Depot, this vehicle has now returned to service at Chester-le-Street.
November 2018 Go North East
This vehicle has transferred from Chester-le-Street Depot to Crook, on temporary loan, to alleviate vehicle shortages.
September 2018 Go North East Photograph by aptyldsley
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In order to standardise the fleet at Percy Main, ex-London Volvo B7TL/Wright Eclipse Geminis 6910 - 6914 are being allocated to Percy Main in order to operate the depot's Nexus Miscellaneous Works contracts contracts. As such, Scania N94UD/East Lancs OmniDekkas 6136 - 6138 and Volvo B7TL/Plaxton President 6010 (V310 LGC) have been released for cascade elsewhere. This vehicle has transferred from Percy Main Depot to Chester-le-Street, in order to release Volvo B7TL/Wright Eclipse Gemini 3962 - 3964 to Washington.
May 2018 Go North East Photograph by Gary James Mitchelhill
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Following the entry into service of the former Go-Ahead London General Wright Eclipse Gemini 2 bodied Volvo B9TLs at Stanley; this vehicle has transferred from Stanley Depot to Percy Main, to enable the withdrawal of older Plaxton President bodied Volvo B7TLs.
May 2017 Go North East Photograph by Steven Hodgson, John Soutar and Mark McCann
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This vehicle has received the tagline "Our buses run 35 million miles a year - that's like going to the moon and back 72 times"
December 2016 Go North East Photograph by emdjt42
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This vehicle has 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 vinyls will be added at a later date, in order to reflect the quality and customer values of Go North East.
August 2016 Go North East
This vehicle has entered service at Stanley Depot.
August 2016 Go North East
This vehicle has been repainted from Brighton & Hove's corporate livery into Go North East's corporate livery.
July 2016 Go North East Photograph by Daniel Graham
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Following the last batch delivered in June 2016, Go North East has acquired five further Scania N94UD/East Lancs OmniDekka vehicles from sister Go-Ahead operating company Brighton & Hove, following the entry into service of brand new Wright StreetDeck vehicles on Brighton & Hove's 1 service. This vehicle, previously numbered previously numbered 602 within the Brighton & Hove fleet, has now arrived at Riverside Depot. It will undergo preparation for service within the Go North East fleet at Saltmeadows Road Depot.
June 2006 Go North East
This vehicle has been repainted into Go North East's new red, yellow and blue 'swoop-style' fleet livery.
June 2019 Go North East
This vehicle, previously with East Yorkshire as their fleet number 582, has been acquired on temporary loan.
June 2016 Go North East
This vehicle, which carries a red base livery, has arrived into the Go North East fleet. It is currently being prepared for service at Saltmeadows Road Depot. Representing an investment of approximately £3.7m, this batch of vehicles are believed to be in line to upgrade "Prince Bishops" services 20/20A/X20. This batch of vehicles are fitted with free customer Wi-Fi, three-pin power... see more
June 2018 Go North East
This vehicle has transferred from Chester-le-Street Depot to Crook, on temporary loan, to alleviate vehicle shortages.