Nick Larkin reports on the West Midlands museum’s new image Transport Museum Wythall’s image has had a makeover, with a new look to start the 2021 season including a new logo and revisions to signage, […]
A socially-distanced cavalcade of historic buses marking 100 years since Chas H Roe started building bodies in its legendary Leeds factory is set for 22 May. The parade is scheduled to start in Hunslet, home […]
Another book on legendary Scottish operator Walter Alexander has been published by prolific transport author Henry Conn following the discovery of 5,000 previously-unpublished photographic negatives.
Nick Larkin reports on events to mark the closure of Britain’s penultimate trolleybus system An official commemoration marking 50 years since the end of Britain’s second-last trolleybus system has sadly not been able to take […]
When we saw these new shirts from RetroClassic Clothing, we thought it worth a mention, especially as the company has generously offered CBW readers a 20% discount. RetroClassic Clothing has been expanding its range of […]
Nick Larkin reports on a successful event held by the London Bus Museum, with more to follow The London Bus Museum is celebrating a highly successful running day which saw classic buses running on several […]
A planned Delaine Bus Museum open day scheduled for the weekend of 8 May has been postponed, but the Lincolnshire operator has some good news for later in the year.
The last surviving complete Volvo B58-chassied Irizar Urko will be going for scrap in the next few days unless a saviour comes along, its owners say.
Two celebrations saw classic buses on the road in Stevenage recently, reports Nick Larkin Classic bus types recently returned to Stevenage for a double commemoration. Firstly, this year marks half a century since the highly […]