An operator is hoping to get a Leyland coach bought new almost half a century ago back on the road. Leyland Leopard FRR194J was bought by Moxon of Oldcotes, Nottinghamshire in April 1971. “It’s been […]
Alexander Dennis is holding an open day at its Guildford factory on 11 May – and suitable heritage vehicles are invited. These will be displayed alongside the manufacturer’s own collection. The event also includes factory […]
Sharpes of Nottingham has been adding to its heritage fleet, as Nick Larkin reports Nottingham operator is celebrating its 15th anniversary with two extremely contrasting fleet additions.
A further 80th birthday celebration for the Bedford OB has been announced. The Gloucestershire Vintage & Country Extravaganza will be hosting the 80th Anniversary Bedford OB Get-Together as part of its event taking place on […]
An Ayrshire operator with a great interest in Bedford PJKs and VAS models has been adding to his collection. James Liddell of Liddell Coaches, based in Auchinleck, operated several examples in service and has built […]
Nick Larkin reports on a popular heritage service that now appears to be under threat Campaigners are battling to save a heritage bus service which they say has been banned from a National Trust property.
Two contrasting members of Ensign’s heritage fleet are receiving workshop attention to get ready for important roles.
Former employees of Lothian Buses and its predecessors are being invited to afternoon tea as part of the operator’s 100th anniversary celebrations.
A vehicle with Disney connections is being offered for sale with heritage operators in mind.
Nick Larkin reports on the marking of a well-known name from 1980s bus deregulation that’s being marked by Arriva