Dennis Loline

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Dennis Loline
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A Dennis Loline with Northern Counties lowbridge body.
Overview
Manufacturer Dennis
Body and chassis
Doors 1 door
Floor type Step entrance

The Dennis Loline is a low-height double-decker bus built by Dennis between 1958 and 1967. It is basically a license-built Bristol Lodekka, being primarily supplied to municipal and independent bus companies in the UK (during that period Bristol's bus sales were restricted to state-owned bus companies).

Three versions of the Dennis Loline had been built, including the Loline with rear entrance, Loline II with front entrance and the later Loline III with flat floor in the lower saloon.

Aldershot and District Traction was the largest operator of the Dennis Loline.

China Motor Bus in Hong Kong put one Dennis Loline into service in 1963; it was the first double-decker bus on Hong Kong Island.

An ex-Aldershot & District Dennis Loline I

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