A 50th birthday event for one of Britain’s most historic buses held last year with the support of several local operators was meant to be a one-off, but is back again due to public demand.
A classic Bedford coach was borrowed back by its original operator to pay tribute at the funeral of the man who for many years had been its regular driver.
A hundred years of West Country operator Devon General are being celebrated with a series of events, from the recreation of the original route to a depot open day.
Tribute planned for London Transport’s iconic Green Line brand this weekend as Nick Larkin highlights
A Llandudno-based heritage operator is offering the rare chance to acquire an original-specification AEC Routemaster after deciding an open-top vehicle would be better for his business.
A book detailing the history of one of Britain’s best-loved independent operators has raised more than £5,000 for what is said to be the largest cancer treatment hospital in Europe.
A reunion for former employees of legendary operator Southdown is taking place alongside a transport fayre on Saturday 23 February.
A well-known North East operator has added a Routemaster to its heritage fleet and expects it will be kept busy on a variety of work, says Nick Larkin
The current craze for 1940s revival events is said to be giving a major boost to heritage vehicle operators.
It’s confirmed. Heritage route 15H in London using Routemasters is to be cut back, says Nick Larkin