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