Buses Magazine

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Latest news written with authority

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ALEXANDER DENNIS LAUNCHES ENVIRO500 ELECTRIC

The operator’s first electric tri-axle double-decker, known...

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Nordic in Chatsworth

TM Travel operates two of the ten 95-seat East Lancs Nordic-bodied...

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Partnership working

These are letters pages and the views expressed therein are purely...

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CAMERON’S CAMERA

Between 1956 and 1960, Aberdeen Corporation purchased 73 Daimler...

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LOCAL BRANDING IS BETTER

with ROGER FRENCH

I’m writing this column heading out of Leeds embarking on a...

with ROGER FRENCH
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SHORT HOPS

■ AS BUSES WENT TO PRESS, six of the Metroline Wright FCEVs...

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UK home for US Ford

Warwick Hulme found this North American schoolbus, a Ford E350...

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ELECTRIC DREAM

The bus fleet at Newport Transport is in the process of a complete...

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GARDEN FESTIVAL SPECIALS

Double-deckers with bright yellow fronts provided a frequent...

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Eased restrictions allow Cape Wrath bus service to return for summer

SCOTTISH COLUMN The Cape Wrath bus service, one of the...

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Half a century of Staffordshire sightings

Author: Tim Machin

Title: Buses of North Staffordshire Publisher: Amberley Publishing...

Author: Tim Machin
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London United resurrects Westlink garage code, new garage for Abellio

The two Wright Gemini 2DLs recently acquired from Tower Transit...

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60 YEARS AGO The Liverpool look

August 1961 Buses Illustrated brought this drawing of the Metro-Cammell...

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GREATER MANCHESTER FRANCHISING

A LONDON-STYLE SYSTEM?DAVID JENKINS delves through the Greater...

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MIZEN TO MALIN BY SERVICE BUS

Renault Master III 12-D-41416 in the car park of Mizen Head Visitor...

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Return of the Royal Blue Run

PICTURE: DWR PICTURE LIBRARYTwelve preserved coaches and one...

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London’s red routes by number

Author: Matthew Wharmby

Title: London Bus Routes One by One Publisher: Key Books ISBN:...

Author: Matthew Wharmby
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Inflation busting fare rises and a review of bus services are the price of another short-term funding deal

MARK LYONS

On June 1, Transport for London (TfL) reached an agreement with...

MARK LYONS
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Route 322 reverts to Abellio… again

Metroline Wright Gemini 3-bodied Volvo B5LH WVH2747 (BU16 UXV)...

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Ribble rests at wooden stop sign

Steve O’Hara couldn’t resist photographing this unofficial...

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GM FRANCHISING IS NOT CONVINCING

COMMENT with JAMES DAY

This year’s Buses Festival on August 8 is fast approaching,...

COMMENT with JAMES DAY
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VINTAGE FENTON FILE

Although most operators preferred them to have front entrances,...

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Further government support for bus operators until October

The Scottish government has given bus operators a further £35.4m...

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Present day operation in one of the Outer Hebrides

Author: Richard Walter

Title: Buses on the Western Isles Publisher: Amberley Publishing...

Author: Richard Walter
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Opportunity charging for route 358

Transport for London has secured planning approval to install...

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A Delta variant on mystery MAN

Still on the theme of mystery vehicles, Graham Ashworth has another...

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A DECADE OF RESTORATION

PHIL HALEWOOD tells the story of the formation and growth of...

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WHAT HAPPENED TO CARDIFF?

As he starts to plan to travel again around the country, BOB...

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FLEET IN FOCUS

HODGSONS COACH OPERATORS Based: Head office – Galgate,...

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The wonders of a legendary Wiltshire independent

Author: Terry Grace

Title: Remembering Silver Star Publisher: Catkin Books ISBN:...

Author: Terry Grace