Seaford & District Latest Fleet News

Seaford & District have recently acquired three ex First Group Volvo Single Deckers,
these are:
OIG1793 (62193), Volvo B10BLE
W826PFB (48226), Volvo B6BLE
W828PFB (48228), Volvo B6BLE

OIG1793 has been re-registered X23SEA, W826PFB is currently in a Victoria Coaches White livery and numbered 526, W828PFB is has been repainted into Seaford & District’s livery and numbered 528.

Thank you very much to Seaford & District for help and extra information!

Here we see 528, W828PFB on it’s first day in service with Seaford & District, already in their smart, immaculate livery, leaving Three Bridges Station on it’s way to Lewes on a Railway Replacement service. (Photo by Alex Fairweather of the SEBEG)

Here we have 526, W826PFB, a batchmate of the previous vehicle, from a low down angle just before leaving Eastbourne on a Railway Service to Hastings. This one is in Victoria Coaches livery and at some point will receive their Victoria fleet names/logos (Photo by Alex Fairweather of The SEBEG)

Here again is the same vehicle, captured at Polegate Railway Station, after a very pleasing ride on it! It has very good speed and the ZF Gearbox sounds great! (Photo by Harry Powell of The SEBEG)

And last but not least, is the most recent Ex First Volvo acquired, OIG1793. It is seen here upon arrival from First Group, branded for Somerset Buses. Seaford & District have re-registered this vehicle as X23SEA and should have Seaford’s livery very soon, which it will look very smart in! This bus is a B10BLE, unlike the two previous others which are B6BLEs.

(Photo by David Mulpeter/Seaford & District, thank you for letting us use it!)
In other news, Seaford & District have also gained the contract for Eastbourne’s well renowned sightseeing bus service. There will be mostly modern double deckers used with an occasional surprise! So keep your eyes peeled. The launch date for the service is 19th of March, so save the date!

We are also hoping to add a Seaford & District Fleetlist to our site, which will be on it’s way shortly! 🙂

Many Thanks,

Alex Fairweather of The South East Bus Enthusiast Group.