Fleet News & Updates

Whilst we don't tend to provide detailed fleet news and updates on the blog anymore, there are still plenty of kind souls who dedicate their time to doing so. Please take a look at their sites...

 

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London Omnibus Traction Society

The London Omnibus Traction Society was founded in 1964, and now has the largest membership of any bus enthusiasts' organisation in the UK. LOTS covers Greater London and the surrounding area, which roughly corresponds to that of London Transport's Country territory before 1970. This area is roughly bounded by Gravesend, Crawley, Guildford, Windsor, Aylesbury, Luton, Harlow and Tilbury. Weekly headline updates are available for free.

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Oxford Chilterns Bus Page

The news page which keeps you up to date on matters Oxford and Chilterns plus a look at happenings of interest elsewhere.
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Buszone

An enthusiast site about bus operations in the Thames Valley, Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, and specifically Reading run by Robert Williams, Commercial Director of Stagecoach South West. Within the site is an updates page with details about the latest additions and alterations to the site. This is the best way to find out about all of the latest happenings, or you can browse through the archive which dates back to January 2002.

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Harlowride

An in-depth look at the latest comings and goings within the Harlow bus scene - and believe me, there are a lot of them!

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SUBSCRIPTIONS

 

London Omnibus Traction Society - The London Bus Magazine

The London Bus is LOTS' monthly newsletter and principal publication, having been produced for around 40 years. Now in A5 format with full colour cover, it is sent to members every month. TLB reports on the operations and vehicles of around 120 companies working local bus services in Greater London and the Home Counties within a region roughly corresponding with the original London Transport bus operating area bounded by Gravesend, Sevenoaks, Crawley, Guildford, Windsor, Aylesbury, Luton, Harlow and Tilbury. Each issue has around 40 pages, 8 colour photos and about 22000 words, with references to around 300 bus routes and 1000 vehicles including those delivered, sold and transferred.

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PSV Circle

All members receive the monthly "Editorial", containing up to date news from the industry, details of social events, and details of new books and publications. You can also add on news sheets for your area (or others if you so wish). This subscription covers 12 monthly editions of the News Sheet. Any journal subscription will give you 4 journal editions over the same 12 month period which are released every three months. PSV Circle members receive a 25% discount on most PSV Circle publications.

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BUSES Magazine

The UK's highest circulation and most widely read magazine covering the bus and coach industries, Buses is written for and read by an audience that extends from senior industry professionals to passionately interested enthusiasts. Buses carries the latest news written with authority on serious issues in a readable and entertaining format, and offers the most comprehensive photographic coverage of new developments. It succeeds in being fiercely independent and unafraid to criticise aspects of the industry that could be improved. Unique to Buses is Fleet News, a comprehensive section detailing the latest changes to bus and coach fleets in the UK and Ireland.

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