A Llandudno-based heritage operator is offering the rare chance to acquire an original-specification AEC Routemaster after deciding an open-top vehicle would be better for his business.
A book detailing the history of one of Britain’s best-loved independent operators has raised more than £5,000 for what is said to be the largest cancer treatment hospital in Europe.
A reunion for former employees of legendary operator Southdown is taking place alongside a transport fayre on Saturday 23 February.
A well-known North East operator has added a Routemaster to its heritage fleet and expects it will be kept busy on a variety of work, says Nick Larkin
Alan Payling shares some fond memories of vehicles that he’s driven that all had to be handled with great care and skill – and reveals how he missed out on being a film star
Empress Coaches of Hastings is still operating what is believed to be the last example of a pioneering low-floor minibus design in service – which could be available to a good preservation home.
Running heritage vehicles definitely makes being in the coach and bus industry more fun, says the Managing Director of a South Coast operator celebrating its 90th anniversary this year. Empress Coaches of Hastings has just […]
Nick Larkin recalls the withdrawal of two of London’s most well known bus types four decades ago Heritage operators are supporting a major commemoration marking 40 years since two of London’s most iconic buses left […]
Norfolk operator Towlers Coaches is reporting such strong bookings for the heritage Bedford coach in its fleet that buying a second preserved vehicle is on the cards