East Lancs Lolyne

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East Lancs Lolyne
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A nearside view of a Lolyne-bodied Dennis Trident 2, run by Carousel Buses.
Overview
Manufacturer East Lancashire Coachbuilders
Body and chassis
Doors 1 or 2
Floor type Low floor
Powertrain
Capacity 76 to 94 seated
Dimensions
Length 10 metres (33 ft) to 11.5 metres (38 ft)
Width 2,535mm
Height 4,195 to 4,300mm

The East Lancs Lolyne is a type of double-decker bus body built by East Lancs. It is the double-decker 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 twin-axle low-floor bus chassis and it can be built as either a closed top bus or an open-top bus.

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.

The East Lancs Lolyne lasted through the Myllennium series as the Myllennium Lolyne.

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