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==All Over Advertising==
 
==All Over Advertising==
[[File:NoPhoto.jpg|25px|link=]] '''"Free the Poo" (Icon Water)''' – ''31 August 2021 to current''
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[[File:Photo.png|link=]] '''"Free the Poo" (Icon Water)''' – ''31 August 2021 to current''
 
:* similar wraps on Buses [[BUS 427 (2)|427]] & [[BUS 441 (2)|441]]
 
:* similar wraps on Buses [[BUS 427 (2)|427]] & [[BUS 441 (2)|441]]
  

Revision as of 17:06, 15 October 2021

File:311-2-AOA.jpg
Bus 311
Chassis Irisbus Agora Line
Depot Belconnen
Entered Service 2 February 2004
Removed from Service --
Desto Equipment Hanover LED
VIN VNEPS09B700200438
Body Custom Coaches "CB60"
Body Number 01-146
Body Date Aug 2002
Seating B46FW
Bike Rack Sportworks DL2
Climate Control ThermoKing LRT-II
Fuel Diesel
Gallery Album Bus 311

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See Also:
* BUS 311 (1) – Leyland National

WC.jpg CC.jpg Bike.jpg AOA.png

Bus 311 is an Irisbus Agora Line based at Belconnen Depot. It is currently in an all over advertising wrap for "Free the Poo" (Icon Water).

Notes

  • There are three differing emergency exit layouts on the Agora Lines. Bus 311 has the passenger emergency exit windows opposite each other, the nearside exit being placed in the equivalent position of a rear door.
  • This vehicle was fitted with a Sportworks DL2 bike rack in August 2011, replacing a VeloPorter 2.
  • Bus 311 was retro-fitted with a trial Mobitec LED front Destination Display.
  • In October 2015, the LED front destination was replaced by a Mobitec flip-dot which was removed from Bus 300.
  • In October 2017, its Mobitec ICU400 destination controller was replaced with a Hanover DERIC Generation 3 (DG3), but the Mobitec flip-dot displays were retained.
  • In Jan/Feb 2018, the Mobitec flip-dot destination displays were replaced with (orange) Hanover LED displays.

All Over Advertising

Photo.png "Free the Poo" (Icon Water)31 August 2021 to current

  • similar wraps on Buses 427 & 441