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On the bus stations

Realising a major gap in the subjects covered by bus books, publisher Capital Transport has made magnificent amends. “Looking through photos, it struck me that there had never been a book about bus stations,” explained […]

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On the Aire

Nick Larkin reports on the return of a popular event in the Aire Valley Sunday 10 October saw the return of a very popular and much loved event. The Aire Valley Transport Group held its […]

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Busopoly launched

Ever fancied tendering for London routes and even eventually taking over the Capital’s entire bus scene? Well now you can with a new board game, Busopoly, launched at Showbus by its creator, London bus driver […]

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Midland Red recollections

Nick Larkin reports on a highly successful event commemorating 40 years since the break-up of Midland Red Transport Museum Wythall’s Midland Red Day attracted 800 visitors and eight varieties of the former operator’s vehicles joined […]

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Cyril Kenzie laid to rest

The funeral of coach industry legend Cyril Kenzie took place on Thursday 30 September. After a ceremony for family members, a wake was held at the Cambridge Motel, Shepreth, attended by family and friends, including […]

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Whippet farewell

A road run of Whippet buses past and present commemorated the departure of the operator from Hilton in Cambridgeshire after a century of service. The village housed Whippet’s depot from 1926 until the late 1970s […]