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REASONS TO BE CHEERFUL

with ROGER FRENCH

Passengers boarding Lynx 23 (YJ60 KAK), an Optare Tempo new to...

with ROGER FRENCH
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Swestrans should ask SPT to fix its information problem

Steven Ardron’s Room for Improvement article (Publicity Matters...

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First shrinks as Go-Ahead goes on growing

Alan Millar 

Title: 2021 First Bus HandbookEditors: John Birtwistle, Bill...

Alan Millar 
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Flixbus resumes services in Germany

Flixbus restarted services in Germany from 25 March for the first...

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Roofbox adorned export demonstrator RTL3

In my March article on London Transport’s roofbox double-deckers,...

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Contract awards herald central area cutbacks

Go-Ahead London General has retained the contracts to operate...

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Mulleys business is thriving after over eight decades

In his review of the book ColourScene Snapshot 4 East Anglia...

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Trackless on Manx Proms

Alan Millar’s sideways view of the bus scene Please...

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A Swindon & District Olympian wins its stripes

PICTURE: DAVE ROGERSThomas Daubney has completed his set of Swindon...

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DRT takes over from buses in MK

Z&S Transport MX62 GYC, an Alexander Dennis Enviro200, at Milton...