Despite a number of setbacks in the last decade, Chiltern Travel is still going strong. Trevor and Joel Boorman tell James Day the full story
Angela Youngman takes a trip to Salisbury to see what the historic city and its surrounding areas have to offer visiting coach groups
Alan Payling concludes his re-creation of an eight-day coach tour of the West Country operated by Yelloway Motor Services in 1936
Three 1990s Volvos are still doing sterling work at Lincolnshire operator W H Fowler & Sons and are cherished members of the fleet.
When it comes to preparing for the year ahead, it’s important for coach operators to know where they stand in terms of group rates. As coach tourism specialist Stuart Render says, some visitor attractions miss […]
Mervyn Annetts and son James talk to Andy Izatt about their rural Hampshire business, Mervyn’s Coaches which, despite evermore pressing external challenges, continues to prosper through the emphasis they place on quality, tailored service
In a two-part article, Alan Payling looks at an old coach tours brochure and considers what a coach holiday would have been like for drivers and passengers back in the good old days
David Love offers a step-by-step guide to building a 1:76 scale Plaxton Cheetah XL