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SCHOOL ROUTES SWITCH OPERATORS

MARK LYONS

Operation of schoolday service 601 (Thamesmead – Wilmington...

MARK LYONS
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WHAT IS THE STAR OF THE KINDER SURPRISE?

Alan Millar’s sideways view of the bus scene Please send...

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ARRIVA UNDERSELLS LLANDUDNO TO CAERNARFON DESPITE NEW VEHICLES

The launch of a smart fleet of new vehicles on Arriva’s principal...

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WALLASEY MARKS CENTENARY THREE YEARS LATE

On April 9, three years later than planned thanks to the pandemic,...

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PAUL SAVAGE & IAN MOLLOY

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PAUL SAVAGE & IAN MOLLOY
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CENTRAL CUTS GO AHEAD DESPITE UNESCO BID

Transport for London implemented its proposed changes to bus...

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WHEN THERE WAS LIFE BEFORE ARRIVA

By comparison with the Australian tram pole, this bus stop in...

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STOCKPORT DIESELS

The 170 new Volvo electrics on order for Stagecoach will mark...

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RALLY CALENDAR UPDATE

Full details of events in 2023 and early 2024 are in the Museum...

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COLOURFUL TALES OF YORKSHIRE’S COALFIELD COMMUNITIES

Title: Mexborough & Swinton – The Motor Buses Dearneways of...

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CHARGING FOR ROAD USAGE

COMMENT with JAMES DAY The scheme is being brought in with a...

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COUNCILS WIN JUDICIAL REVIEW OF ULEZ EXPANSION PLAN

An application for a judicial review launched by five councils...

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FFLECSI EXPANDS IN NORTH WALES

With the Welsh DRT service spreading further, RHODRI CLARK samples...

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REGENT AND RELIANCE AT CUMBRIA EASTER

GRAHAM ASHWORTH Memories of one of the prederegulation independents...

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FLEET IN FOCUS

Go Goodwins Based: Head office and depot – Lyntown...

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Buses Magazine June 2023

The full issue in page-turning format

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Alex Hornby to become McGill's Group managing director

Hornby will report to the McGill’s Group board, including its chief executive Ralph Roberts and owners, brothers Sandy and James Easdale

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POLITICIANS INTERESTED AT LAST?

Early in March, my attention was drawn to a BBC Radio 4 programme,...

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ROGER SETS UP SHOP AT BROOKLANDS

Arather neat addition made to the displays at the London Bus...

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Alexander Dennis to manufacture electric buses at Larbert

Alexander Dennis has announced plans to expand its Larbert head...

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LAKES PRE-STAGECOACH

IAIN MACGREGOR

Although many visitors travelled aboard the main Lake District...

IAIN MACGREGOR
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THE BYGONE DAYS OF BUS CONDUCTING

Title: A London Busman’s Career, 1946-1972Author: Laurie Akehurst...

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LONDON UNITED LOSES ROUTE 9 TO METROLINE

London United will lose the contract to operate route 9 (Aldwych...

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KINGSBRIDGE GAINS A HISTORICAL LANDMARK

The south Devon town of Kingsbridge will be familiar to many...

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A NETWORK OF COLLEAGUES

For the first time since the pandemic, the Confederation of Passenger...

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FLEETLINE FROM WIRRAL BATTLE

Memories of the early 1990s battles between the former PTE operators...

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NEW REAL-TIME INFORMATION SIGNS LAUNCHED

Transport for London (TfL) has launched a trial of new information...

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CAVForth start date set

Stagecoach has successfully registered the bus service that its...

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THROUGH THE TROUBLES TO TODAY

As Citybus celebrates 50 years, PAUL SAVAGE looks back over the...

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IRELAND

PAUL SAVAGE & IAN MOLLOY

Where to send your reports ››››Send your reports on Northern...

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