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Kingsway (A34)

Kingsway is a dual carriageway in Greater Manchester, England, which runs from Levenshulme to Cheadle. It is approximately 7.3 miles long and is a link road between the city centre and the southern suburbs of Greater Manchester, forming part of t ...

Portsbridge Creek

Portsbridge Creek is a tidal waterway just off the southern coast of England that runs between Portsea Island and the mainland from Langstone Harbour to Tipner Lake. Through its history it has been made navigable a number of times and it is today ...

Green Line Coaches

Green Line is a commuter coach brand in the Home counties of England. It is owned by Arriva. Green Line had its origin in the network of coach services established by the London General Omnibus Company LGOC in the 1920s and 1930s. After World War ...

Hardings Coaches

In the 1930s Ernest Harding commenced operating a bus service from Redditch to Longbridge to convey workers to the Austin plant. The business expanded with the purchase of Dyson Miniline, Everton Coaches of Droitwich in 1983 and Dale Hire of Astw ...

Mayne Coaches

The company was formed by Arthur Mayne before the First World War, originally delivering furniture from its shop in Bradford, Manchester. In the 1920s Maynes branched out into coach excursions, running trips to the coast and to Buxton. They would ...

Tourist Group

Tourist Group is a coach charter company in Dorset and Wiltshire, England. It operates coaches under the Bells Coaches, Kingston Coaches, Levers Coaches and Tourist Coaches brands. It is a subsidiary of Go South Coast within the Go-Ahead Group.

Town Link

SM Coaches was a bus and coach operator based in Harlow, Essex. SM Coaches mostly operated local services around Harlow, as well as school services and private hire. Olympian Coaches, which was part of the business, operated school services, priv ...

Wilfreda Beehive

Wilfreda Luxury Coaches was formed in 1949 by Bill and Marie Scholey, and remains in family ownership. At first it operated coach services from a depot at Ranskill, near Bawtry. Between 1993 and 1998 it operated many bus services, but sold them a ...

Damory Coaches

Damory Coaches was established by service station proprietor Vic Kimber in the early 1970s in Blandford Forum. It was named after the neighbouring pub, the Damory Inn. Starting with minibuses the fleet was built up to six coaches operating privat ...

Go East Anglia

Go East Anglia was initially formed in 2010, when the Go-Ahead Group purchased Konectbus. In 2012, Go-Ahead also purchased Anglian Bus, Hedingham Omnibuses and Chambers. Anglian Bus was quickly merged into the Konectbus brand, rendering the name ...

National Express Coventry

In October 1986 the bus operations of the West Midlands Passenger Transport Executive were separated into West Midlands Travel to comply with the Transport Act 1985. In April 1995 West Midlands Travel was sold to National Express and in September ...

First Harrogate Trains

First Harrogate Trains was a proposed open access operator with ambitions to run passenger services between Harrogate and London Kings Cross via York. First Harrogate Trains was a subsidiary of Hull Trains, owned by FirstGroup 80% and Renaissance ...

Buses in Bristol

Buses are the main form of public transport in Bristol, England. Most bus services are operated by First West of England. Other companies offering services include: Abus, Bugler Coaches, Eurotaxis, Somerbus and Stagecoach West.

Buses in Milton Keynes

The buses in Milton Keynes are run by a mixture of operators on a network of urban and rural routes in and around the Milton Keynes urban area. These services have a varied history involving five different companies. At the foundation of the New ...

Buses in Portsmouth

Buses in Portsmouth are a form of public transport in the city of Portsmouth, England. Motor bus services in Portsmouth began in 1919, and were expanded in the 1930s following the closure of the Portsmouth Corporation Transport tram network. Trol ...

Buses in Swindon

Buses in Swindon have been the major method of public transport in the region since the beginning of the 20th century. Introduced in 1927 and replacing the tram system in 1929, the area is now served by numerous operators.

Operation Overdrive (transportation)

Operation Overdrive is the name of a series of improvement programmes carried out by Arriva in their UK bus operations. The original Operation Overdrive was done by Arriva Southern Counties in the Medway Towns in 2004, with further operations occ ...

Star trak real time

star trak was created in 2000 by Leicester City Council to provide its citizens with a real time system. The system counts down the departure time to the next buss arrival. It was one of the first systems in the UK. It was abandoned in 2011 and w ...

Brownsea Island Ferries Ltd

Brownsea Island Ferries Ltd is a company that operates ferries to Brownsea Island in Poole Harbour from Poole and Sandbanks. It also operates cruises around Poole Harbour, Bournemouth, Sandbanks, the Jurassic Coast and the Isle of Wight. The vess ...

King Harry Ferry

The King Harry Ferry Bridge is a vehicular chain ferry which crosses the Carrick Roads reach of the estuary of the River Fal in Cornwall, England, UK. The ferry crosses between the parishes of Feock and Philleigh, roughly halfway between the city ...

Ampthill Tunnel

Ampthill tunnel is a railway tunnel at Ampthill on the London Midland region between Bedford and Flitwick. The Sheffield Daily Telegraph reported that the tunnels were 759 yards 694 m long on completion. Between June 1893 and 1895 a second tunnel ...

East West Rail

East West Rail is a major project to establish a strategic railway connecting East Anglia with Central, Southern and Western England. In particular, it plans to build a line linking Oxford and Cambridge via Bicester, Milton Keynes and Bedford, la ...

Hertford, Luton and Dunstable Railway

The Hertford, Luton and Dunstable Railway was a railway affiliated to the Great Northern Railway. It was formed when the Hertford and Welwyn Junction Railway merged with the Luton, Dunstable and Welwyn Junction Railway, partly opened in the same ...

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