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The Bristol J was built by Bristol Tramways and Carriage Company Limited and bodied by the following; Beadle, Bristol, Brush, Burlingham, Cowleson, Cravens, Duple, Eastern Counties, Eastern Coach Works, Martin, Roe and Weymann.
The J was produced between 1926 and 1938.
There were various types of J's developed:
|Bus||B26F, B32D, B31F, B31R, B32C. B32F. B32R. B34D. B35R, B36F and B36R|
|Coach||C26F, C26R, C28F, C30F, C31R, C32C, C32F and C32R|
|Dual Purpose||DP31F and DP32R|
They were powered by:
|Bristol||4 and 6 Cylinder|
|Gardner||5 and 6 Cylinder|
There were 826 Bristol J's built. The J's were delivered to the following operators:
|Operator||No of Vehicles|
|Black & White||18|