BUSES FESTIVAL 2018

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.
ADRIAN PEARSON

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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