An action plan has been set up to help museums easing their way out of lockdown. The scheme, initiated by the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs (FBHVC), has started with the release of a […]
Nick Larkin reports on an event marking 50 years since London’s last lowbridge RLH-class double-deckers ran Fifty years since the last London ‘low bridge’ buses – the RLH class – ran, a special tribute event […]
A firm that manufactured bodywork for thousands of buses is set to close after more than 150 years. Brush Traction and its legendary Loughborough, Leicestershire factory is set to go by the end of the […]
Lodge Coaches’ excellent ‘toy box’ museum is open again and a date has been set for the operator’s annual rally. The museum features the Essex concern’s heritage collection of preserved coaches, most of which are […]
A major three day event marking 90 years of Bedford is set to take place in August. Bedford 90 will pay tribute to the PSVs and commercial vehicles produced by the former General Motors-owned manufacturer.
Transport Museum Wythall is hoping to reopen in March with some amazing vehicles – including a legendary unique prototype Midland Red double-decker back in action for the first time in decades, reports Nick Larkin Transport […]
Malta’s public bus network has seen major changes over the last decade, and now its once-common route buses are making a return on a heritage service, as Jonathan Welch reports Most people will have heard […]