A Surrey company that converts and customises PCVs and many other vehicles has identified a new market for heritage operators – time expired American school buses. East Horsley-based Shred & Butta is importing the vehicles […]
Magull Liverpool-based Aintree Coachline not only boasts almost certainly the only revenue-earning former Midland Red D9, but also the last Leyland Swift in daily service.
Nick Larkin has been talking to Lothian Buses about an unusual Edinburgh tour that is being operated through much of August
A well-known operator of heritage vehicles has identified problems he says are having a major impact on the sector. Retired doctor Chris Dobbing operates immaculate AEC Routemasters at Peterborough, Cambridgeshire-based A1bus.co.uk. Several factors were having […]
Two recently acquired heritage vehicles are bringing in new business from different sectors of the industry for a Northamptonshire operator. Rushden-based Diamond Coaches has acquired 1998 Northern Counties-bodied Volvo Olympian open topper R738XRV and just […]
Nick Larkin has been talking to Jurassic Mule proprietor Derek Gawn about what’s happening with his operation this summer and his plans going forward Classic buses will once again be operating the summer Jurassic […]
A surprise reunion for two drivers who used to work for Lothian at the Alford Bus Collection Open Day
An operator selling a 32-year-old former Badgerline coach for preservation says the vehicle has proved so reliable that he’s sorry it has to go. It has been sold to a Bristol-based preservationist. Van Hool-bodied Volvo […]
Heritage bus operators have hit out at owners of preserved buses illegally using them for hire and reward.
Operators are supporting a 50th birthday event for one of Britain’s most historic buses.