1 Lviv Bus Factory

Lviv Bus Factory

Posted on April 23, 2014 by tim


The Lviv Bus Plant  is a Soviet and Ukrainian company, founded on May 21, 1945. At first, the plant produced shops on wheels, cranes, road trailers. In 1956 the plant  had produced the first bus LAZ-695 and since that moment serial production of buses had been started. On March 12, 2013 a factory conveyor LAZ was stopped.

Some workshops are closed, and the sign on the doors says “On conservation,” but everything is ready to start working.

A pinting box.

At first the carcase is priming

And after that is painted

Some parts are painted manually

Glass for future busses.

Cylinders for compressed air system

A wiring installation.


A workshop of intersity buses production.

A trolleybus E301D1 technological passport.

A look on the dashboard from the drivers place.


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One Response to “Lviv Bus Factory”

  1. Giles Baughman says:

    very interesting! I didn’t see any engines. Are they diesel or electric buses?

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