Over 100 preserved and modern buses and coaches helped make this year’s Buses Festival at Gaydon the biggest and best yet

Preserved Hedingham L300 (S300 XHK), an Alexander RL-bodied Volvo Olympian new to the then independent Essex operator in 1999, leads London Transport Metropolitan MD60 into the museum site.

There was a record turnout of 103 vehicles — dating from 1940 to 2018 — at this year’s Buses Festival on 19 August, the fifth held at the British Motor Museum at Gaydon, Warwickshire and organised by Key Publishing, Buses, Bus & Coach Preservation and Classic Bus.

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