You will find here links to sites of interest, not necessarily to do with
buses. If you have a site you would like to be added, please e-mail
me and I will do my best to add it.
Railway Centre at Quainton
||Buckinghamshire Railway Centre is a working
steam museum where you can step back in time as you stroll amongst the
giants of the steam age displayed at its spacious 25 acre site.
The Centre boasts one of the largest private railway collections in the
country with many steam locomotives from express passenger types to the
humble shunting engine, as well as numerous interesting items of rolling
Hythe & Dymchurch Railway
||The Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway is
Kent's mainline in minature. First opened to traffic in July 1927 as
the 'World's Smallest Public Railway' and now covering a distance of 13.5
miles from the picturesque Cinque Port of Hythe, near the channel tunnel,
to the fishermans cottages and lighthouses at Dungeness.
of Britains' BIGGEST vintage and modern bus & coach rally
Omnibus Traction Society (LOTS)
||The largest bus enthusiasts' organisation in
||With the splitting up of operating subsidiaries
of London Buses, and the sale of many Routemasters in the 1980s, there was
a growing need for an organisation to provide support for new owners. In
1988, the Routemaster Operators and Owners Association was formed.
||A huge collection of photographs of Routemaster
and other vintages buses around the UK.
||DVDs for the enthusiast.
NEXT STOP Productions produce transport/bus DVDs and capture both
current service vehicles in action and preserved buses at rallies and
running day events.
Cliix is for the bus enthusiast and those
generally interested in transport.
The CDs are ideal for viewing as a slide
show, using as a screen saver, viewing or printing individually
London Bus Museum
Have you ever wondered what happened to all those wonderful old buses
that ran in London and which you only now see in old films and books?
Well, the good news is, some of them live on! While thousands went to
the scrap yard at the end of their working lives, some have found their
way into preservation as living, moving museum pieces at London Bus
Museum. Here you will discover the largest collection of working
historic London buses in the world, a priceless heritage representing
more than 100 years of public transport evolution in the capital.