Eastern European Eagle

Following on from his recent feature on First Bus-owned Truronian, Richard Sharman revisited the South West to take a closer look at one of the rarer coaches in its fleet Across the big five groups, […]


(Not so) easy, tiger

Peter Jackson speaks to a father and son team who have taken on their most ambitious preservation project yet 15-year-old coach and bus enthusiast Jake Sumner and his dad Dave are no stranger to the […]


Tourismo Transformed

The Bus & Coach Centre in Oxford is well known for selling used vehicles, but the company is branching out its operations by selling vehicles converted to PSVAR specification. Richard Sharman went to look at […]


Mysteries revealed

During the coronavirus pandemic, Greater Manchester’s Museum of Transport has been active on social media to ensure it remains in the public eye once restrictions are eased. Jonathan Welch speaks to volunteers to find out […]


Painting promise

Nick Larkin reports on a Volvo B10B restored by a major operator on behalf of a young enthusiast East Yorkshire has restored a 1994 Volvo B10B for its young owner, fulfilling a promise. The Alexander […]


Alexander remembered

The discovery of 5,000 unpublished negatives from what was once Scotland’s biggest bus and coach operator has prompted the first of a series of books. W Alexander and Sons Ltd 1955-1956, by prolific transport author […]