This unique resource holds and conserves a large national collection of original road passenger transport industry records, photographs, publications and publicity dating back over more than 100 years, making it available for research and education. As ALAN MILLAR reports, it relies on volunteers and charitable donations.

Philip Kirk surveys a small part of The Bus Archive collection.

What will happen to your lifetime’s collection of bus ephemera when you are no longer around to enjoy the photographs, books, timetables, tickets, publicity material, maybe official records and painstaking research you have amassed over the years?


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