We now have dates for our vintage bus trips for 2012. Following on from our initial 11-11-11 trip we will be circumnavigating the City of Birmingham on the Outer Circle Bus route twice in 2012 using the same 1953 double deck Birmingham City Transport bus that we used last year. One trip will be on the 27th of April and another on the 21st of September. The trips will be starting and ending at Sarehole Mill with a guided tour and a “comfort” break at Witton. There is an option to board the bus at the Wythall Bus Museum.
The cost of the trip will be £16.00 per person. If you want to experience our Outer Circle Bus route tour or if you know of anyone else that would like to come along please get in touch. The contact details are at the foot of this message.
We are also taking a single deck Midland Red bus through the Cotswolds from Wythall to Cheltenham Racecourse station where you will join a steam train on the Gloucestershire & Warwickshire Steam Railway for a journey to Winchcombe. From there we will catch the bus again to visit the magnificent fountain at Stanway House. Then we will go to Broadway for an hour so that you will have the opportunity to explore the village or have a cuppa. We plan to be back at Wythall by about 6pm. This extravaganza will include a guided commentary of the places that we travel through and will take place on Tuesday, June the 19th.
The cost of this trip will be £29.00 including the train fare and admission to the grounds at Stanway House to see the fountain (said to be the highest in the UK).
Once again the Solihull News have run an article about our Outer Circle Tours. Read it HERE.
To book your seats on any of the trips or to ask questions you can contact us using any of the following methods:
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We look forward to hearing from you and seeing you on one of our 2012 trips.
Please see http://www.flickr.com/photos/derektp/8445032858/in/photostream … does anyone know what year this was? It was a vintage vehicle rally held outside the old Birmingham Museum of Science and Industry, some time early 1970s