Operators are going for nostalgia in a big way and having vehicles owned for many years restored, says the owner of one of Britain’s best-respected vehicle bodywork specialists. “The industry has changed,” said Steve Waggitt […]
Last Sunday saw the London Bus Museum’s annual Spring Gathering bus rally which is held at Brooklands in Surrey. The day dawned with low cloud and fog patches, and remained that way throughout most of […]
Nick Larkin reports on a London celebration, the likes of which is unlikely to be repeated Operators have been thanked for their part in a truly spectacular tribute to the legendary London Transport RT-type. Around […]
Operators are giving their support to the North West Vehicle Restoration Trust’s 2019 Annual Running Day at which a major new heritage vehicle restoration will be revealed. Aintree Coachline Managing Director John Cherry chairs the […]
A former Yorkshire operator recovering from illness that forced him to give up the business is hoping to find good homes for four Volvo Olympian double-deckers and spares for them.
A 1999 MAN 18:220 restored to original Stagecoach guise by a Manchester-based operator has been seen across the country on rail replacement work – some of it for its original owner!
London’s iconic RT types are going to be remembered in style at a special event, reports Nick Larkin Heritage operators will have the chance to buy one of several legendary AEC buses after more than […]
An operator is hoping to get a Leyland coach bought new almost half a century ago back on the road. Leyland Leopard FRR194J was bought by Moxon of Oldcotes, Nottinghamshire in April 1971. “It’s been […]
Alexander Dennis is holding an open day at its Guildford factory on 11 May – and suitable heritage vehicles are invited. These will be displayed alongside the manufacturer’s own collection. The event also includes factory […]