- This article is about the East Lancs Lolyne, the East Lancs bus body on the Dennis Trident 2. For the similar bodies on the Volvo B7TL and DAF DB250, see East Lancs Vyking and East Lancs Lowlander respectively.
|East Lancs Lolyne|
A nearside view of a Lolyne-bodied Dennis Trident 2, run by Carousel Buses.
|Capacity||76 to 94|
|Length||10,000 to 11,475mm|
|Height||4,195 to 4,300mm|
|Options||Air conditioning, additional CCTV, bonded glazing, double glazing, driver protection, electronic destination displays, powered wheelchair ramp, other options|
The East Lancs Lolyne is a type of double-decker bus body built by East Lancashire Coachbuilders. It is the double-deck version of the Spryte. It continued the long line of 'misspelt' names which continued until the Scania OmniDekka. It was built on the Dennis Trident 2 chassis.
Later on in its life there was a decision made by East Lancs whether to change the name to Lowlander. It was decided to use the Lowlander name to body DAF/VDL DB250s.
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