Heritage vehicles to mark the end of route

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Craig’s 1984 Leyland Olympian B144RWY, the last vehicle constructed by Roe. STEPHEN LONGMIRE
New to Leeds City Transport Leyland Atlantean/Weymann CUB331C. STEPHEN LONGMIRE



















Heritage vehicles will be in use on the last day of a bus route in Leeds on Saturday 29 September.

Connexions Buses will cease operating the previously six days a week 38 route from the White Rose Centre to Gledhow via Headingly, which had been taken over after First ceased operating it two years ago.

“We are sorry not to be able to continue,” said Connexions Managing Director, Craig Temple. […]

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