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893 was sold earlier than the other two I believe to a Lancs operator.
The photograph shows this vehicle at the Harrogate end of the Trans-Pennine Rally, which commenced in Manchester.
Quick Links: Solution to today's crossword in the New York Times Solution to today's SYNDICATED New York Times crossword in all other publications Solution to today's New York Times crossword found online at the Seattle Times website Jump to a complete list of today's clues and answers 23A. : SUMMON SUBSTANCE (sounds like “sum and substance”) 32A. : COFFIN WHEEZE (sounds like “cough and wheeze”) 49A. The team played at several different stadiums in the Boston area for just over ten years, before moving to their current home base in Foxborough, Massachusetts.
It may be named after Sir Benjamin Hall who oversaw the bell's installation, or perhaps the English heavyweight champion of the day Benjamin Caunt. The “Patriots” name was selected from suggestions made by football fans in Boston.
: FOREIGN TWENTY (sounds like “four and twenty”) 93A. Big Ben's official name is the Great Bell, and there is some debate about the origins of the nickname. : NFL The New England Patriots football team was founded in 1959 as the Boston Patriots.
The name “Oenone” translates from Greek as “wine woman”. Big Ben is the name commonly used for the large bell in the Clock Tower of the Palace of Westminster (aka the Houses of Parliament).