This year the event was held in William Street car park in the town and proved very popular with enthusiasts and public alike. 7681 operated some of the free bus services through the course of the day.
7681 in service at Tankerton.
Two Park Royal bodies buses RFN953G a Fleetline and KPJ264W an Atlantean show variation in age and style
Two FotEK buses, AFN780B and VJG187J. Regent 6801FN went but retired early due to at defect.
AFN780B and SKL681X show off their new FotEK adverts. 7681's is yet to be finished.
LBP218P is nicely restored as a Southend bus. It was new to London Country.
A general line up showing four of the five FotEK buses that went including 6801FN before she was forced to retire.
These two old ladies put in stirling service on the free bus services during the day.
I received some lovely comments about 7681 and her current condition.
Stagecoach owned MFN946F and FFN541 a 1951 Leyland Royal Tiger with Park Royal centre entrance coachwork.
0977 was a popular bus on the free services
Back at Priest & Sow Corner at Tankerton and 7681 is overtaken by a newer East Kent bus Dennis Trident GX06DYU (18530) on service to Herne Bay
Two of several Routemasters that attended in William Street car park
Three generations of East Kent buses
Four of the five Leyland Titans line up for a photo call. KYV348X (the blue and white Nu-Venture bus) is ex Stagecoach East Kent.
More East Kent vehicles lined up in the sunshine
This is the 5th Titan that was there, beautiful T1101, B101WUV