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For bus preservationists and enthusiasts
Merseyside Transport Trust official Facebook page.
Merseyside Transport Trust - follow us on Twitter.
Merseyside Transport Trust photograph collection on Flickr.
North West Museum of Road Transport
The Manchester Transport Museum
The Selnec Preservation Society
The 201 Group - owners of FHF 451, FBG 910 and B926 KWM.
Liverpool University Public Transport Society (in exile)
Yesterbus - website of Stephen Foster who owns two ex-MPTE Leyland Nationals, YFY 4M (Southport 4 and later MPTE 6053, new in January 1974) and CKB 166X (MPTE 6169, new in May 1982).
Dewsbury Bus Museum (West Yorkshire)
Birmingham and Midlands Museum of Transport (BaMMoT)
British Classic Buses - throughout the UK. By Dick Gilbert.
Merseyside Bus Club
Merseyside Tramway Preservation Society
Merseyside Dennis Dart website
Liverpool Buses Remembered - a driver's jottings about life on the old rear-loaders by Bob Hogg.
Buses in Runcorn - Chris Woodall's site providing service information in the Runcorn area as well as a history of the Busway
Barrow Transport - dedicated to the Buses of Barrow's Past .
West Riding Bus Group - organisers of the Heath Common Rally & Running Day, near Wakefield.
East Kent Nostalgic Bus & Coach Trust (the Trust) is the only accredited non-profit charitable organisation for the preservation of East Kent buses, coaches and artefacts in South East England. The Trust was established to retain the historical significance of the East Kent Road Car Company into an accomplished and accredited museum.
The London Bus Page - if you want to know anything about buses in London.
Buses on the Net - sites reviewed in BUSES magazine.
BusWeb - interactive web site with news and links.
The Bus Station - a huge selection of bus links from the UK and around the world.
Bus Lists on the Web - lists of most UK-registered buses in the last 50 years, with a "search by registration" feature.
NARTM - the National Association of Road Transport Museums.
Strawberry Buses (St. Helens)
Merseytravel - information on local buses, trains and ferries.
Mersey buses on Facebook - a remarkable collection of over 1,300 photos of Liverpool buses over the decades.
(To get round the Facebook "security" system which stops direct linking to an album page, copy and paste the line of bold text into your browser). http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/media/set/?set=o.111657575543628
The Transport Photo Interchange - a site devoted to bus and railway photographs from the early 1970s to the present day.
Transport Images - photos from the UK, and some from other parts of the world.
Liverpool - history and local interest
Heritage Open Days & Civic Trust - celebrating England's fantastic architecture and culture by offering free access to properties that are usually closed to the public or normally charge for admission.
Inacityliving - a superb site by Ged Fagan containing hundreds of old photographs of Liverpool. We even spotted a picture of our own A267 when it was in service!
Liverpool Museum Information
Liverpool Blitz - the Second World War memories of the people of Liverpool.
Blue Coat Boy - personal website of Tony Salmon, includes a section devoted to buses.
Mersey Views - a photo site dedicated to Merseyside
Liverpool Pictorial - a great site with loads of photos, old and new, of Liverpool.
Friends of Williamson's Tunnels - a strange underground kingdom that lies beneath the city of Liverpool.
Merseyside Civic Society - Merseyside Civic Society (Cultural & Heritage)
Lathom & Burscough Military Heritage Society - the hangars that until recently housed our buses were part of a huge military airfield built during World War 2; HMS Ringtail. There is some fascinating history on this website.
Friends of the 502 Group - the group restoring the train that now resides at our new Burscough premises.
Friends of Liverpool Airport - aimed at both aviation enthusiasts and airport passengers. It complements the official site provided by the airport which is entirely geared to passenger information.
Hatton's Model Shop - The excellent model shop based on Smithdown Road, Liverpool.
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