Protesters have organised a petition to fight closure plans for the historic Lewes Bus Station in East Sussex. An application for 39 apartments, two houses and 19 car parking spaces plus retail space has been […]
Celebrating its tenth anniversary, the North West Vehicle Restoration Trust held its annual open and running day at its Charley Wood Road Premises in Kirkby recently.
Arriva North West paid a full-sized bus tribute to its ancestor Ribble Motor Services at the Great Harwood Transport Festival in Lancashire. CX06 BJY, a 2006 Wright-bodied VDL Commander, was painted in Ribble’s late 1960s […]
An urgent appeal has gone out to save a unique 1960 Alexander-bodied Albion Nimbus from being scrapped. The 29-seat coach is owned by East Sussex-based car and commercial vehicle repair garage owner Jay Sherman. “I’ve […]
Nick Larkin reports on a weekend of events in and around Burton on Trent Operator Midland Classic celebrated two anniversaries during its recent Heritage Weekend. On Saturday 28 August, 15 years of operation by the […]
A 1921 AEC London bus chassis has been found after spending 70 years on a Shropshire farm. The important find came to light when the farmer began selling off part of his land.
Organisers of an event commemorating 90 years of Bedford are also celebrating another achievement. “Our aim was to get 90 vehicles to the event, but we are delighted to say we got 93,” explained Christine […]
Nick Larkin reports on a Northampton double-decker which has returned home for the first time in over half a century
Crowds returned to support Imberbus despite periods of appalling weather interspersed by glorious sunshine when the event was staged once more on 21st August, reports Martin Curtis. Imberbus began in 2009 when four friends provided […]