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This article is about the East Lancs Myllennium Lolyne, a double-deck body on the Dennis Trident 2 chassis. For the previous body, see East Lancs Lolyne; for the single decker, see East Lancs Myllennium; the double-deck body on Volvo B7TL chassis, see East Lancs Myllennium Vyking; and the double-deck body on DAF DB250, see East Lancs Myllennium Lowlander.
East Lancs Myllennium Lolyne
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A Myllennium Lolyne owned by Blackburn Transport
Capacity 76 to 94 plus standees
Length 10,000 to 11,475mm
Width 2,535mm
Height 4,195 to 4,300mm
Options Air conditioning, CCTV, double glazing, driver protection, electronic destination displays, powered wheelchair ramp

The East Lancs Myllennium Lolyne is the type of bus body built on the Dennis Trident 2 chassis by East Lancashire Coachbuilders.


The Myllennium Lolyne superseded the East Lancs Lolyne. The Lolyne was also the East Lancs body for the Dennis Trident 2, but in 2000, was given a facelift with East Lancs' "Myllennium" design. This is what gave the Lolyne its new name the Myllennium Lolyne.


The structure of the Lolyne was built using the Alusuisse "System M5438" system, for optimum strength. Glazing was with laminated glass, and gasket glazing came with the bus as standard - with bonded glazing available - and had hopper opening windows. The heating was thermostatically controlled and windows and air vents provided ventilation. The seating was trimmed in customer's required moquette. The floor had a 12mm Xyligen Basileum treated Finnish Birch combi plywood floor on the lower deck and both decks a non-slip flooring. Electrical features were the fluorescent light on the bus' ceilings, and twin circular halogen headlights. Also, CCTV was available. Destination displays only came as manual as standard, doors were air operated and were made of toughened glass. A simple driver's compartment was designed, to make the driver's job easier. Two pack acrylic paint was available for the exterior. [1]

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