An operator who bought a Duple-bodied Bedford SBG coach in Britain to use on tour work in New Zealand has decided not to import the vehicle as the Kiwi authorities have banned its use.
Nick Larkin reports on a Nottingham operator that has doubled its heritage fleet in the last two years
Two recently published titles from Colourpoint Creative in its Irish Bus Photographers series are Irish Buses 2012-2017 by Paul Savage and Richard Newman’s Irish Buses in the Mid-1960s A Return Journey. Paul’s book is priced […]
Timberbush Tours CEO Steve Spalding speaks to Richard Walter about the successes of a company which started modestly two decades ago with one 16-seater coach and, by 2018, was operating an award-winning fleet of 24 […]
Kevin Mayne, Operations Director at Maynes Coaches, has been involved with the family firm since the age of eight. Angela Youngman caught up with him to learn about Maynes’ current strategy
Well-known Birmingham route 50, today operated by National Express West Midlands, is set to receive Platinum branding.
South East Coachworks has grown and diversified hugely since it was started in 2003, spawning a number of subsidiary companies. But, as Director Chris Bichard explained to Peter Jackson, it hasn’t lost sight of its […]
New Year’s Day Oxford event well supported reports Nick Larkin
Lothian is celebrating its centenary in 2019 with the emphasis very much on people. Two heritage vehicle running days and a Bus Cavalcade are just a few of the events being organised throughout the year.