John Sinclair shares some images from his collection dating back to the 1960s, a period where the Scottish Bus Group’s half-cabs were being structurally converted for One Man Operation (OMO) Whilst it was customary for […]
A new restoration company has been established at the former bodyshop of respected operator Kenzies of Shepreth. Behind the new venture is the bodyshop’s manager in Kenzie days, Darren Stanford, who began work there as […]
A brace of Northern Counties-bodied Volvo Olympians new in the London area is for sale by a North East operator, preferably for preservation.
A rare Alexander P-Type bodied Volvo B10M-56 that has been in continuous service since new in May 1987 until recently needs a new home. D113GHY was new to Badgerline and has been with Shipley, Horsham-based […]
For his latest selection of pictures from the past, David Bell has delved into his archive for some images of buses and coaches that have found different uses once their frontline passenger lives were over
Andy Izatt recalls some of the more significant and memorable British buses and coaches he’s encountered abroad A family holiday to Cyprus in 1985 introduced me to a wider world of British buses and coaches. […]
In Early September, Nick Larkin reported on the highly successful 50th anniversary event at the Trolleybus Museum at Sandtoft. Jonathan Welch visited the museum to find out more about the unique site Electrically powered and […]
On a rainy day that mirrored the inaugural bus journey in Reading 100 years ago, Reading Buses celebrated their centenary of running buses in the town. In what resembled the first-ever civic-run, the company hosted […]