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Ray Monk
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Acton Works

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Details: A last minute addition to today's batch is this interesting car caught leaving Acton Works on 27th February 2015. EK64ZNN is a Hyundai ix35 fuel cell car, carrying the same TfL white/blue livery as the Toyota Yaris cars delivered last year. As well as being the first Hyundai for the central fleet, it is the first left-hand drive service vehicle since the two Bedford Lacre sweepers (BL1 and BL2) bought in the 1950s, and the first licensed left-hand drive vehicle since the Ford V8 lorries of 1941. It carries 'green leaf' cleaner air markings on the doors and has chevrons on the rear, together with the slogan 'Zero Emission with Hydrogen'. It is not known where it will be based but I think I spied a Buses roundel on the passenger's uniform. Ray later discovered that there are in fact two such vehicles, the second being in LUL livery.

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