Nick Larkin visited the Lincoln Vintage Vehicle Society’s Transport Festival in search of Industry Heritage gems A great end of rally season event, this year’s annual November Transport Festival based at the Lincolnshire Vintage Vehicle […]
Renowned heritage buses painter Kevin Hill is celebrating his hundredth – vehicle painted that is! Kevin has, he said, got buses in his blood; the Birmingham fleet being his favourite. His grandfather was a driver […]
The Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust is well known for its annual open days, but the Trust isn’t just about preserving the past. Jonathan Welch found out what makes it relevant to the industry and the […]
Bus driver Jamie Vendy is celebrating completing the transformation of his preserved Scania L94, new to First in 1999, into a fascinating might-have-been. The Wright-bodied bus was new to First Eastern Counties in Willow Leaf […]
AEC buses and coaches were given pride of place at the London Bus Museum’s Transportfest, with operators supplying vehicles from both their historic and modern fleets. AECs came from Ensign, the London Bus Company and […]
A brace of rare tri-axle Dennis Dragons is still being operated by Bedfordshire-based Landmark Coaches – and definitely have their followers. The buses are from a batch of 20 Dragons new to Stagecoach Kenya between […]
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 […]