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SANDERS: A BSIP EXEMPLAR

Following Sanders Coaches’ success at the UK Bus Awards, JAMES...

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40 YEARS ON, BOURNEMOUTH 131 IS RETURNED TO GLORY

Bournemouth 131 as it looks now, towards the completion of its...

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AN RT WORTH WAITING FOR

DIECAST MODEL Announced a considerable time ago, the...

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GO COACH PROVIDES CROSS-BORDER CONNECTION FOR TfL

Go Coach 1501 (GN15BVV) is seen at Tatsfield Ship on February...

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IS THIS A RECORD?

Mike Best thinks Metrobus may have set a record with eight short...

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SEVENTIES SNOWDONIA

A rare elderly Leyland and a modern Bristol were among the vehicles...

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IN FLEET NEWS THIS MONTH

JOHN G. LIDSTONE With additional material compiled LAWRIE BOWLES and JOHN YOUNG

A-D BODY TYPE AB Articulated single-deck bus AC Articulated...

JOHN G. LIDSTONE With additional material compiled LAWRIE BOWLES and JOHN YOUNG
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STATE OF PLAY AT ARRIVA AND FIRST

The second pair of British Bus Publishing’s big group handbooks...

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GARTH ROAD PLANS REVEALED

A planning application has been submitted in respect of Go-Ahead...

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COMPETITION ON THE BUSES

BEN COLSON, former managing director of Norfolk Green, discusses...