Latest News and Updates
Added 7 January 2019
Sales / wanted page updated
AHE 163 (1946 Leyland PD1) has returned to the Museum.
Added 2 December 2018
|Many thanks to everyone
who came to our Transport Festival event on 4 November and all who helped make
Report and more pictures here.
Added 14 October 2018
|We are proud to report that our 1949 Bristol K5G, ONO 59, won the Shillibeer Award as first prize at this year's Showbus event at Donington Park on 30 September 2018 on its first major outing since restoration.|
Added 18 September 2018
Big news is that our two long term bus restorations, FHN 833 and ONO 59 have now both successfully been presented for MOT tests at the Lincoln MOT Centre. 'FHN' last held a Certificate of Fitness in 1963!
We took part again in the Heritage Open Days event on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 September.
|top - The Society's Leyland Tiger FW
5698 and member's Morris Minor van PDV 936G represented the Society in Market
Rasen on Saturday 8 September
left- Member's Daimler CVG6 (Grimsby - Cleethorpes Transport 57) and
right Museum resident Leyland PD2 (Lincoln 89) operated a service in Lincoln on Sunday 9 September.
Our Sleaford Bus Event took place on Saturday 1 September, bringing 'Tillings Green' Lincolnshire buses as well as the blue livery of Delaine Buses back to Sleaford for the day. Our thanks to our friends at Delaine Heritage Trust and Marshalls of Sutton on Trent for joining in, and to North Kesteven District Council for their assistance.
|top left- Bristol LH 1045 (SVL 830R),
Bristol SC 2609 (OFW 806) and Bristol LH 1056 (XFW 951S)
aboveDelaine Leyland PD2 45 (KTL 780) and Bristol FS 2378 (OVL 473)
top right - Leyland Tiger TS7 1409 (FW 5696)
left AEC Regal III 860 (FFU 860)
right - Bristol FS 2378 (OVL 473) and Leyland Tiger TS7 1409 (FW 5696)
Thanks to everyone who came to our Car Running Day on Bank Holiday Monday 27 August - report and photos here.
Some of our (and our members') buses were on the streets of Lincoln over the Bank Holiday weekend supporting the Asylum Steampunk Festival