Bus festival, Gaydon 18 Aug. 2019 Part 2

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TimBrown
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Bus festival, Gaydon 18 Aug. 2019 Part 2

Post by TimBrown » 13:34 Monday 19th August 2019

This set of photos comprises half-cab and elderly buses and coaches.
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Re: Bus festival, Gaydon 18 Aug. 2019 Part 2

Post by DD12 » 21:30 Tuesday 20th August 2019

A wonderful selection of photos from you again Tim, - thank you !

I wish I'd known that those two were going to come down the Ombersley Road, Worcester
-- I would have driven over to see that !!

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Re: Bus festival, Gaydon 18 Aug. 2019 Part 2

Post by TimBrown » 05:22 Wednesday 21st August 2019

DD12 wrote:
21:30 Tuesday 20th August 2019
A wonderful selection of photos from you again Tim, - thank you !

I wish I'd known that those two were going to come down the Ombersley Road, Worcester
-- I would have driven over to see that !!
That was a super surprise, I was waiting on the opposite side of the road to the bus shelter to take some shots of Matt with 53048 when the Guy Arab and AEC Regent V came into view, so didn't have much time to zoom and focus, so lucky photos. Even better, both buses joined up with the VR, Solo and ex Hanson's Dart to form a mini 'rally' to Gaydon via A422, A46 and M40. Many thanks to Adam, Matt and everyone else involved for organising an interesting day out, despite the problems with water leaks and subsequent gearbox problems with the VR. Glad all is sorted now!

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