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Bus 710 was a Renault PR180.2 articulated bus.
 
Bus 710 was a Renault PR180.2 articulated bus.
  
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==
* When Route 333 was extended to Tuggeranong from 4 September 1989, Bus 710 was the first bus to operate a southbound 333 to the new interchange, departing at 7.05am that day. Three minutes earlier, [[BUS 721]] departed from Tuggeranong Interchange on a northbound 333, the first bus to do so.
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* When Route 333 was extended to Tuggeranong from 4 September 1989, Bus 710 was the first bus to operate a southbound 333 to the new interchange, departing at 7.05am that day. Three minutes earlier, [[BUS 721 (1)|Bus 721]] departed from Tuggeranong Interchange on a northbound 333, the first bus to do so.
 
* It was withdrawn from service at Tuggeranong Depot in late January 2013.  
 
* It was withdrawn from service at Tuggeranong Depot in late January 2013.  
 
* It was sold to Wisby's Buses, Hobart along with Buses [[BUS 701 (1)|701]] and [[BUS 702 (1)|702]]. It departed Tuggeranong Depot on 2 May 2013 after being retrieved by Woden a few days prior.
 
* It was sold to Wisby's Buses, Hobart along with Buses [[BUS 701 (1)|701]] and [[BUS 702 (1)|702]]. It departed Tuggeranong Depot on 2 May 2013 after being retrieved by Woden a few days prior.
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Latest revision as of 13:25, 25 March 2020

710-1.jpg
Bus 710
Chassis Renault PR180.2
Depot Tuggeranong
Entered Service 1988
Removed from Service January 2013
Desto Equipment BROSE Roller Blind
VIN VF6PU04A200000012
Body Ansair
Body Number R1528
Body Date May 1988
Seating AB61D
Fuel Diesel
Gallery Album Bus 710

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See Also:
* BUS 710 (2) – BYD Toro ebus
* BUS 710 (3) – Scania K320UB

Bus 710 was a Renault PR180.2 articulated bus.

Notes

  • When Route 333 was extended to Tuggeranong from 4 September 1989, Bus 710 was the first bus to operate a southbound 333 to the new interchange, departing at 7.05am that day. Three minutes earlier, Bus 721 departed from Tuggeranong Interchange on a northbound 333, the first bus to do so.
  • It was withdrawn from service at Tuggeranong Depot in late January 2013.
  • It was sold to Wisby's Buses, Hobart along with Buses 701 and 702. It departed Tuggeranong Depot on 2 May 2013 after being retrieved by Woden a few days prior.

Subsequent Ownership

Owner/Operator Location Registration Fleet # Date From Date To
Wisby's Buses Margate TAS D 90 EU (Tas) May 2013