Members, their partners and families are invited to join us on Sunday 3rd May for a visit to the Oxford Bus Museum. This tour has been organised by Wayne Singleton.
Set up 52 years ago by a group of bus enthusiasts, the Oxford Bus Museum’s collection has grown to include over 40 vintages buses and coaches, to become one of the county’s most significant heritage vehicle collections. It specialises in collecting, restoring and running buses and coaches that spent most of their working lives in Oxford city, Oxfordshire, the Chilterns and Thames Valley areas.
On arrival at 09:00, we will assemble for a group photo shoot in front of vintage buses. This will be followed by tea/coffee and biscuits after which the tour of the Museum will take place. Lasting around 2 hours, our visit will culminate with a vintage buses ride for Members.
The cost of admission to the Museum and the bus ride is £5 per person, payable on the day. If you'd like to participate, please email the R31 Regional Organiser.
The Museum is based at the old railway station yard in Long Hanborough just off the A4095 (near Woodstock), adjacent to Long Hanborough Railway Station.