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Classic Bus Magazine

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A beautifully designed and intelligent magazine, packed with well-written articles – all superbly illustrated – about different aspects of bus and coach operation, the vehicles we learned to love or hate, interesting companies, people that shaped the industry, plus personal reminiscences and factual stories. Some are shamelessly nostalgic, some controversial, but every piece is written by people who have a lifelong devotion and unquenchable passion for this interest. Many writers are well-known figures in the industry, bringing a fresh perspective that keeps the magazine relevant to today’s readers.
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Jun/Jul 2024 (191) Early ECW bodied Bristol LH buses had vision-restricting shallow windscreens; some later modified and later models had much better screens. Robert Appleton and Mike Hodges both take a look. We also feature more on MCW’s Metropolitan coaches, more buses leaning over, more on badges, and more on Birch taxis (or, rather, one that never was)…   Mike Fenton introduces classic coach builder, Gurney Nutting, David Toy assesses the Leyland Panther Cub, and Ray Bignell puzzles about precarious steps up to a roof luggage rack. From The Bus Archive we have a report of when Brighton got its first trolleybuses, only for the war years to make sure they didn’t really run until afterwards.   Allan Macfarlane remembers a trip to the Welsh mountains by steamer (and bus, of course), Michael Dryhurst remembers Margo of South London and Bexhill remembers The Italian Job, but did it have a plan? As usual, we have lots to quicken the pulse in this latest Classic Bus… Plus there’s our popular, lively and well-illustrated Forum section with topics ranging far and wide, and a look at some new books.


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Early ECW bodied Bristol LH buses had vision-restricting shallow windscreens; some later modified and later models had much better screens. Robert Appleton and Mike Hodges both take a look. We also feature more on MCW’s Metropolitan coaches, more buses leaning over, more on badges, and more on Birch taxis (or, rather, one that never was)…
 
Mike Fenton introduces classic coach builder, Gurney Nutting, David Toy assesses the Leyland Panther Cub, and Ray Bignell puzzles about precarious steps up to a roof luggage rack. From The Bus Archive we have a report of when Brighton got its first trolleybuses, only for the war years to make sure they didn’t really run until afterwards.
 
Allan Macfarlane remembers a trip to the Welsh mountains by steamer (and bus, of course), Michael Dryhurst remembers Margo of South London and Bexhill remembers The Italian Job, but did it have a plan? As usual, we have lots to quicken the pulse in this latest Classic Bus…

Plus there’s our popular, lively and well-illustrated Forum section with topics ranging far and wide, and a look at some new books.
read more read less
A beautifully designed and intelligent magazine, packed with well-written articles – all superbly illustrated – about different aspects of bus and coach operation, the vehicles we learned to love or hate, interesting companies, people that shaped the industry, plus personal reminiscences and factual stories. Some are shamelessly nostalgic, some controversial, but every piece is written by people who have a lifelong devotion and unquenchable passion for this interest. Many writers are well-known figures in the industry, bringing a fresh perspective that keeps the magazine relevant to today’s readers.

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Very impressed with the manner in which the magazine is presented as well as the written and picture content. Reviewed 05 March 2022

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beautifull stories and pictures. Reviewed 06 January 2021

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