The new website has been updated with the reports from Herne Bay and New Romney. You can see them here at http://southerncountiesomnibus.weebly.com/
More new pages have been added to the site, well two old ones and one new one to be honest! I've moved the Picture of the month archive and DMS survivor pages onto the main menu bar to help open the site up a bit. The new page added is 'So you want to own a bus...?' and is aimed at people who are maybe thinking about entering the world of bus preservation. As you will no doubt see from this site, bus preservation is not easy task especially when on a bit of a budget as we all are these days. You put so much into it and the real joy you get is seeing the vehicle turn heads as you drive along a street. If anyone does have any questions about bus preservation please get in touch, I'll always be happy to offer any advice I can. I will be adding a page with buses I have owned in the past on to the site soon.
I must say a huge thanks to Maurice Bean (7980's former owner) and Dave Atkins of Dover Transport Museum (5137's former owner). Thay have just relocated to a different parking site and cleared out the old one making a lot of Bristol VR spares available for us. We now have a good selection of ECW glass, some transfers to use as patterns, some internal trim and a spare wheel. All this is stored safely on 5807 locked in the bonded upstairs section along with the Titan glass and seats we got with Nu.
Click here for the archive news pages dating back to 2008.
Owner of 5807, 5809, 5137, 7656, 7681, 7041 & 40301
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