GNE Riverside Depot Open Day Sunday 25th July

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Brakes are locked on with the air dropped

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(27 Jul 2021, 12:09 pm)6049 Wrote: Brakes are locked on  with the air dropped

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But how difficult is it to get the bus back to being driveable, and how would one go about doing it (asking for a friend  Wink)
(27 Jul 2021, 12:19 pm)streetdeckfan Wrote: But how difficult is it to get the bus back to being driveable, and how would one go about doing it (asking for a friend  Wink)

Let's not post that info here, in case the morons from Sunday are reading. Angry
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(27 Jul 2021, 12:40 pm)Adrian Wrote: Let's not post that info here, in case the morons from Sunday are reading. Angry

Quite!
To be honest it should be fairly easy to ‘fix’ one of the engine bay micro switches so it sends an open signal so that the bus cannot be started whilst still maintaining other functions, I would temporarily disconnect the horn too Smile
I’m surprised they let people get into the cabs and play around anyway. Untrained people jabbing away at the destination controllers or turning lights on and off seems a sure fire way to get the equipment to stop working properly

I’m surprised they don’t just have one supervised vehicle with a staff member on hand, to allow kids to sit in the drivers seat or display a special destination.
Think its mainly for kids with there parents and Enthusiast who want to put destination blinds. There's just the odd few who just want to put the engine on.

Can't tell u how many people were in the cabs when kids with there parents wanted to be in the cab