Much has been happening heritage vehicle-wise at Ensignbus, Britain’s biggest PCV dealer and owner of a major fleet of preserved buses and coaches. Latest addition to the heritage operation could easily be mistaken for a […]
Seaford & District is repeating its charity running day on bank holiday Monday 27 August and hoping to top the £3,500 raised last year.
Well known Gloucestershire coach operator is parting with its Bedford OBs, Nick Larkin reports
A former Crossley Motors test engineer who has just celebrated his 90th birthday would love to hear from anyone associated with or holding a fascination for the manufacturer which finally ceased production 60 years ago. […]
A Bristol operator is hoping to find a good home for two of its favourite double-deckers – rare Volvo B10M-50 Citybuses. New to Trent Alexander-bodied G614OTV was one of 12 delivered in December 1989 and […]
Preservationists who drain cash from bona fide heritage operators by hiring out buses illegally should be the subject of a ministry crackdown, says a museum director and retired transport lawyer. Chris Butterfield has spoken out […]
Nick Larkin has been talking to Paul Sainthouse at Dawsongroup, which has a surprising number of heritage vehicles on its books Dawsongroup, Britain’s biggest suppliers of leasing and purchase facilities for bus and coach companies, […]
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