Museum Vehicles http://www.castlepointtransportmuseum.co.uk/apps/photos/ 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. http://www.castlepointtransportmuseum.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=203526232 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. http://www.castlepointtransportmuseum.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=203526233 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! http://www.castlepointtransportmuseum.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=203526234 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. http://www.castlepointtransportmuseum.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=203526235 203526235 ONO 49 Former Eastern National 309/1107, Bristol L5G ONO 49 is a long-time resident of the Canvey Island Transport Museum. http://www.castlepointtransportmuseum.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=203526336 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. http://www.castlepointtransportmuseum.co.uk/apps/photos/photo?photoID=203526337 203526337