Leicester Transport Heritage Trust
LEICESTER TRANSPORT HERITAGE TRUST in conjunction with BaMMOT hold monthly social meetings, between 10 am and 1 pm, at the New Walk Museum, 53 New Walk, Leicester. LE1 7EA. Local bus and coach photographs together with Trust publications are on sale at these meetings. There is a charge of £3.00 towards the cost of room hire. Free tea, coffee and biscuits are provided at the interval.
If you wish to present a slide or film show or give a talk at a meeting in 2018, please contact Mike Greenwood by e-mail on email@example.com or by writing to him at 11 Elliott Drive, Leicester Forest East, Leicester, LE3 3FA.
SATURDAY 9th MARCH 2019
“Wales and North East buses and coaches in the 1980s”. A slide presentation by Mike Fenton.
SATURDAY 13th APRIL 2019
“A Lifetime on the Buses”. Presentation by Jim Sambrooks.
Other 2019 Events
SATURDAY 27th APRIL 2019
Quorn & Woodhouse Station Yard. Bus & Rail Event 10.00am – 5pm.
More details see the Quorn & Woodhouse event news page
SATURDAY 4th & SUNDAY 5th MAY 2019
Lutterworth Leisure Centre. 50th Anniversary event marking the closure of the Great Central Railway in 1969
SATURDAY 27th JULY 2019
Leicester Vintage Bus Running Day. First Leicester, Abbey Lane depot. More details to follow
Become a Member
Advantages of joining Some of the advantages of joining the Leicester Transport Heritage Trust are:
- The opportunity to get involved in restoration, archive work and community outreach
- Receive a quarterly high quality local transport related journal
- Monthly Saturday morning social meeting at New Walk Museum
- All this for just £20 per annum
274 Returns to Leicester in April 2018 Metropolitan GJF 274N returns to Leicester for preservation and restoration after it was purchased towards the end of 2015 when it was found to be languishing in a barn in Northamptonshire. The Scania is privately owned by a...
BMMO D9 5314 was acquired by the Leicester Transport Heritage Trust in December 2017. 5314 was new to Coalville garage in April 1963, remaining at the garage until it was transferred to Southgate Street garage (Leicester) in October 1977. It had the distinction of...
Reg No: GRY 60D - new 1966 Chassis: Leyland Titan PD3A/1 Engine: Leyland 0600 9.8 litre diesel Gearbox: Crash/Synchromesh (higher gears) Body: Park Royal 74 seats No 60 was delivered in August 1966, one of ten that year with Park Royal bodywork of the style...
Buses for sale in Belgium These buses are for sale in the Antwerp region of Belgium and include ex Leicester City Transport, Leyland Titan PD3, GRY 63D; Chevrolet "Omnibus" AJ95517, 1952, pictures. AEC Reliance (GWG 94) HU3RV549, 1955, pictures. Ford Koln Rhein...
A selection of photographs from the recent 45th 'Showbus' event which this year was held at Donington Park, Leicestershire. Amongst the many Buses and Coaches on display including these with a Leicester connection. ex Midland Red S23 5919 alongside Tony Reekie's ex...
A 1959 Daimler double decker bus ex Leicester City Transport has re-appeared again for sale on ebay. Withdrawn from service in 1971, UJF 182 spent a number of years in the North East with Lockeys of West Auckland. After some time with other owners the Daimler was...
One of the most active ex Leicester buses at the moment is Michael Webster's,1975, MCW Metropolitan, GJF 301N. After it's visit to the London Bus Museum at Brookland's, Surrey in April, again the Metropolitan headed south on the May Spring bank holiday to attend the...
Our beautifully restored BMMO S22 single decker unfortunately suffered engine problems towards the end of 2015. We are having the engine repaired by a very experienced specialist but this naturally comes at a cost. If you would like to see 5905 back on the road as...
Route One Trade magazine have featured an article in their latest edition Issue 687 (26 April 2017) on the restoration/repair work taking place at the First Leicester, Abbey Lane depot on the LTHT Trust's Leyland PD2, FJF 193. Delivered to Leicester City Transport in...
The fourth Quorn Bus & Rail event organised by the Leicester Transport Heritage Trust, in conjunction with the Great Central Railway was hailed a success by those attending. With fantastic weather on the day the total number of passenger trips aboard the buses saw...