The South Yorkshire Transport Trust plays a large part in preserving the region’s transport history. Following on from his recent visit to the nearby South Yorkshire Transport Museum (CBW1401), Jim McWilliam called in on its […]
South Yorkshire has a rich and varied transport heritage. Jim McWilliam paid a visit to the South Yorkshire Transport Museum to learn more
Major restoration of one of two surviving London-specification AEC RT-type buses new to a North West municipal is nearing completion at Ensignbus, and a well-known Routemaster is for sale.
A 1957 Bedford SBG owned by Worth’s of Enstone from new has been unearthed after many years in storage.
Nick Larkin reports on the fleet of a well-known heritage operator that’s now up for sale The collapse of a well-known Yorkshire-based heritage operator has resulted in an important collection of 15 historic buses coming […]
A hundred years of motorbuses in Ipswich by Eastern Counties and its predecessors are being celebrated with a special event. Ipswich Transport Museum is inviting operators and owners of vehicles to its Big Red Bus […]
An operator’s classic Bedford coach put in a hard day’s work carrying full loads of people to and from an event celebrating 50 years of its smaller sister.
Nick Larkin has been talking to a heritage operator in North Wales that wants to refine its fleet of Routemasters A fast-expanding North Wales heritage operator is adding to his fleet of classic Routemasters, but […]
Hundreds of buses made their way to Caithness once their London service life came to an end. John Sinclair captured a range of examples owned by Highland Omnibuses