Museum Vehicles Museum Vehicles CPU 979G and 236 LNO CPU 979G - Former Eastern National 3000 is seen here at the 2009 Clacton Bus Rally parked beside Bristol/ECW LDL 236 LNO, also resident at the Museum. 203526232 FOP 429 Former Southend Corporation Transport 244, a 1945 vintage Daimler CWA6 with Duple 'Utility' bodywork (converted to Open Top in 1956) is seen here during an Open Top Running Weekend in 2009 at Shoeburyness East Beach. 203526233 JVW 430 This 1943 Bristol K5G carries ECW's prototype postwar 'Lowbridge' body and joined the Eastern National Preservation Group fleet in 1988 at the Museum. JVW 430 is a remarkable survivor! 203526234 217 MHK Dating from July 1959, this dual purpose Bristol/ECW MW5G was Eastern National 480 then 1402. It has been in preservation since 1976. 203526235 ONO 49 Former Eastern National 309/1107, Bristol L5G ONO 49 is a long-time resident of the Canvey Island Transport Museum. 203526336 XVX 19 Eastern National's first Bristol/ECW Lodekka was this LD5G example. It had three fleet numbers when in service with ENOC - 4208, then 1431 and finally 2400. Here it is wearing its short front grille cowl - a long original version has been fitted since this 1996 photograph. 203526337