Craig George takes a trip to Pripyat to explore the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone and discover what was left in the wake of the Chernobyl disaster
RATP Dev-owned Yellow Buses has marked the 50th anniversary of the last trolleybus in Bournemouth. The electric vehicles, which took their power from overhead wires, replaced Bournemouth’s former tramway system in 1933 and ran for […]
An appeal has gone out to operators who might be able to help the Lincolnshire Vintage Vehicle Society save important vehicles by providing storage. Chairman Steve Milner said there was an acute shortage of space […]
National Bus Company and Gash of Newark marked at Lincoln’s Easter Transport Festival, reports Nick Larkin Tribute was paid to two very different operators at this year’s Easter 2019 Transport Festival in Lincoln.
Operators from North Yorkshire to Norfolk will be sending vehicles to this year’s Fenland BusFest – and more are welcome.
Well known heritage operator Timebus is launching its own special tour of London from May. The Timebus Tourer, normally using an open-top AEC Routemaster, will feature a Blue Badge Guide giving a live commentary. Not […]
A bus museum is extending a warm welcome to operators to join in its 30th anniversary celebrations – and issued a special request.
Nick Larkin discovers that a rare Cambridgeshire coach has been saved from a garden by a new owner looking to fully restore it
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 […]