Nick Larkin highlights how the major operator in the West Midlands is planning to mark a half- century anniversary
Stagecoach has been praised for helping get a 1940 single-decker back on the road for the first time in 55 years.
Former staff of Viscount Bus and Coach celebrated the 30th anniversary of a Northern Counties-bodied Leyland Olympian now preserved in the Peterborough operator’s livery.
Ensignbus’ Vintage Running Day is well known because of the wide variety of vehicles that are put into operation and as Nick Larkin reports, this year’s event was no exception
A top provider of courses and apprenticeships in vehicle restoration is asking the heritage bus and coach industry: “Tell us what you want!” The Oxfordshire-based Heritage Skills Academy can run short courses on any aspect […]
A Leyland National with a record of active preservation with Norfolk operators is now officially a ‘depot pet’ and smartly painted in the livery of King’s Lynn-based Lynx.
Nick Larkin reports on a novel scheme to promote classic bus hire London-based heritage operator has come up with an innovative new private hire scheme that could ‘revolutionise’ the market.
You may recall the story in CBW1368’s Industry Heritage about unique former Delaine East Lancs-bodied Volvo B10M, P2OTL having been secured for preservation.
More than 25 classic buses and coaches will be in action for Ensignbus’ Vintage Running Day this Saturday (1 December).
Steve Morris gives Nick Larkin an update on how his Quantock Heritage operation continues to thrive Somerset operator already reporting an increase in business has taken on further work available after another local concern ceased […]