Go North East Fleet Archive Go North East's 7087
January 2017 Go North East
Following withdrawal; this vehicle has been sold to Solus Coach Travel Ltd, although was immediately sold on to Proctors Coaches, Leeming Bar.
December 2016 Go North East Photograph by
Following the entry into service of the Scania K340EB/Caetano Levante coaches at Hexham Depot, this vehicle has been withdrawn from service at Hexham. It is subject to be reinstated, when required, by the Driver Training school at Riverside.
September 2008 Go North East Photograph by Carlisle Bus Group
Following a recent repaint, this vehicle has received National Express fleet names.
June 2008 Go North East
Ahead of a new generic livery being rolled out to the fleet in line with new Scania K340EB/Caetano Levante coaches being ordered for Chester-le-Street's Coaching Unit, this vehicle has been repainted into a plain white base livery.
August 2019 Go North East
This vehicle has now received "Cobalt & Coast" branding, internally and externally. Externally, this example carries the variant of the branding in the advertisement frames to promote the high frequency along the Coast Road corridor (up to every 7 minutes).
August 2012 Go North East
This vehicle has entered service at Washington Depot.
August 2013 Go North East
After 11 months of the experimental OK1 service operating; Go North East extended the service from Darlington to Middlesbrough, providing a direct bus link from the Wear Valley area, and to attract new users. The service was revised to terminate at Bishop Auckland northbound, as this corridor faced the biggest competition with Arriva North East, and just four journeys per day started/terminated at... see more
August 2018 Go North East
New to Southern Vectis in June 2007 as fleet number 454, this vehicle was previously in the fleet of Bluestar as fleet number 2454. It was released from Bluestar in line with the upgrade of the "Unilink" services to brand new Dennis Trident 2/Alexander Enviro 400MMC vehicles, which has seen the re-allocation of the current "Unilink" vehicles to service 17 to allow the... see more