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The Lancashire United Transport Society currently has a collection of 5 ex-LUT vehicles in store awaiting restoration.
 

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The LUT Society's storage unit at Burscough, which currently holds all the vehicles illustrated below.

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The only known surviving Bristol LH from the LUT fleet is No. 335, a 1969 Bristol LH6L with Northern Counties dual-door bodywork, now at Burscough awaiting restoration.

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Leyland Leopard No. 440 is one of only two surviving examples and dates from 1976 - the year in which LUT was acquired by Greater Manchester Transport.

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Leyland Fleetline No. 511 was a 'GM Standard' and dates from 1978 when LUT was operating as a subsidiary of Greater Manchester Transport. It was also immortalised by EFE in a 00-scale model!!

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1978 Plaxton-bodied Leyland Leopard No 541 was part of the coaching fleet and was our first purchase back in 2006 when we were formed. It is now at Burscough awaiting restoration. 

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Volvo B58 No. 616 was numerically Lancashire United's very last vehicle - shortly after its entry into service LUT was absorbed into Greater Manchester Transport - disappearing forever. It ended its days as a driver trainer vehicle with Arriva, after which it was kindly donated to the Society.

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