New, returning and remembered at Delaine event

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Never having left Delaine since new in 1960, this Yeates-bodied Leyland PD3 is seen at Rippingale. NICK LARKIN











Nick Larkin reports from an event hosted by a well-known Lincolnshire independent

A much-admired newcomer to preservation, some old buses returning, and a tribute to an industry legend were all aspects of the recent Delaine Buses Heritage Running Day.

Preserved vehicles including those from the Bourne, Lincolnshire-based operator’s own collection operated on service to Market Deeping and Rippingale every 20 minutes. There was also a chance to look around the Delaine Heritage Trust’s superb museum.

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