Nick Larkin reports on the latest developments at Seaford & District, which is once again operating its 124 Lewes to Eastbourne heritage route A bus operator has praised the economy of classic vehicles, after an […]
Bus operator and Britain’s largest PCV vehicle dealer, Ensignbus of Purfleet, has kindly sent information on two classic AECs in its workshops.
Hampshire operator, Xelabus is bidding farewell to its last Volvo Olympian with a running day on Saturday June 30. The Alexander-bodied bus, new as S271CCD to Stagecoach Sussex Coastline in 1998, will be running over […]
Nottinghamshire operator’s diverse heritage portfolio has grown to a significant number of vehicles, as Nick Larkin discovers Sharpes of Nottingham’s heritage fleet has now reached 13 vehicles, and even the firm’s managing director isn’t […]
Delaine Buses’ last Leyland joined four others in Lincolnshire operator’s own heritage museum as Nick Larkin reports A 1987 Leyland Tiger with several claims to history is one of five buses preserved by Delaine Buses […]
Fife farmer Andrew Whiteford has set up the Pittenweem-based Bonnie Bus Company to operate weddings and private hires. The first vehicle in the fleet is new to London Transport 1950 AEC Regent III/Weymann RT-type, which […]
A 1981 Plaxton-bodied Leyland Tiger new to OK Motor Services is finally back in PCV service with a reincarnation of the original operator. Established in 1912, OK ran a major network of services in the […]
Continuing our celebrations of CBW’s 40th anniversary, Peter Jackson delves into the archives to look back at what was going on in the industry this week in history Coachmart issue 79, June 13, 1980 Recent […]