Buses Festival Virtual Event

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The 2020 Buses Festival on 23 August is now a live virtual event tailored to the special circumstances of these unusual times.

Bus of the Year

The winner is...

Coach of the Year

And the winner is...

Bus Livery of the Year

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Coach Livery of the Year

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Preserved Bus of the Year

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Preserved Coach of the Year

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1955 Commer TS3 Video Tour

WKJ 787, a Beadle-Commer integral coach was originally a Beadle demonstrator back in 1955.

Devon General AEC Reliance Video Tour

9RDV was one of four AEC Reliance 590s to enter service in June 1964 with the Devon General Omnibus and Touring Company. They were the first 36ft vehicles in the fleet and until 1968 were crew-operated.

Bonus Content - A Journey on the Midland Red SON GHA337

We take you for a gentle journey on the Midland Red SON GHA 337 from the Transport Museum, Wythall.

1968 Damiler Fleetline CRG6 Video Tour

Daimler was already popular in many Midlands fleets and the Fleetline soon became a familiar sight.

Daimler CRC6 Video Tour

In 1968 Daimler was looking for a UK operator to try out the massive CRC6-36 chassis, prior to shipping 16 to South Africa. Walsall Corporation Transport's General Manager, Ronald Edgley Cox, was eager to innovate and ensured a Walsall bus was always exhibited at the Commercial Motor Show.

1950 Guy Arab IV Video Tour

The chassis of this bus was one of the first batch of 100 'Arab' Mk IVs built at Guy Motor's Fallings Park factory in Wolverhampton and the body was constructed and fitted at MCCW's Marstone Green factory, Bickenhill Lane, Birmingham. 

Devon General AEC Regent Video Tour

EOD 524D is an AEC Regent V entered service in 1966 and was one of five Regents built for Devon General near the end of production of the AV590 engine.

Bonus Content - A Journey on the AEC Regent OV 4486

We take you for a gentle journey on the AEC Regent OV 4486 from the Transport Museum, Wythall.

1944 Daimler CWA6 Video Tour

Daimler CWA6 double-decker bus dating from 1944.

Buses Festival 2020 Awards, who gets your vote?

Voting now closed for Buses Festival Awards 2020

Updated: Nominations for Buses Festival 2020 Awards Now Closed

GET YOUR NOMINATIONS IN NOW FOR BUSES FESTIVAL AWARDS 2020
Closing date for nominations midnight 12th July.

Omnibus to sponsor 2020 Gaydon gathering

NEWS Omnibus Solutions will sponsor the 2020 Buses...


Past Events

2018 Buses Festival Video

We take a look back at all of the action from the 2018 Buses Festival.

2016 Buses Festival Video

We take a look back at all of the action from the 2016 Buses Festival.

2017 Buses Festival Video

We take a look back at all of the action from the 2017 Buses Festival.

2014 Buses Festival Video

We take a look back at all of the action from the 2014 Buses Festival.

Bonus Content - Buses Festival 2019 Highlights

As some bonus content, we take a look back at all of the action from the 2019 Buses Festival.

2015 Buses Festival Video

We take a look back at all of the action from the 2015 Buses Festival.

2019 Buses Festival Gallery

Gallery Buses Festival highlights from 2019

BUSES FESTIVAL 2019

Many makes, sizes, ages and colours of vehicles were on display...

2018 Buses Festival Gallery

Gallery Buses Festival highlights from 2018

BUSES FESTIVAL 2018

Over 100 preserved and modern buses and coaches helped make this...


Vehicles From Past Events


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