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Buses Magazine May 2021

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Transdev wins Lancashire routes from independents

As part of its continuing expansion of subsidised services, Lancashire...

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A JEWEL OF THE NORTH-WEST

Covid may have restricted visitor numbers, but the Museum of...

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Burnham backs franchising by 2025

A single identity is planned for buses, trams and trains in Greater...

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Five Enviro400EVs for Leeds park-&-ride

First West Yorkshire has ordered five BYD/ Alexander Dennis Enviro400...

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50 GOLDEN YEARS

Half a century on, the founders of today’s Dewsbury Bus Museum...

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More hydrogen vehicles for Aberdeen and Dundee

The Scottish government has confirmed further funding of £4.5million...

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Open-tops return as English lockdown begins to be eased

Several operators have confirmed plans to restart open-top services...

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Wilmslow is lucky to be served by D&G

You writeThese are letters pages and the views expressed therein...

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Much content on a year of winter discontent

ALAN MILLAR

Title: Buses, Coaches & Recollections 1979Author: Henry ConnPublisher:...

ALAN MILLAR