Not just whole buses, but also a different look at buses, at the more dramatic, sculptural or unusual aspects of them too.
Waverley Bridge, EdinburghA lineup of Wright bodied Volvos on the Airlink service
Bus stop, Kensington, Liverpool
Liverpool bus stop with abandoned shop.
Crossing the Dee
The wrought iron railings on the Old Dee Bridge in Chester offered the chance to get a clear view of this Stagecoach Volvo B7RLE by a little panning.
Rain at Christmas in Liverpool. Arriva Merseyside ADL Enviro 400 4622 (SN15 LME) and VDL SB200 / Wright Pulsar II 2954 (MX09 JHH).
Keighley and District Wright Streetlight 610 (SN64 CTX) at Haworth, Yorkshire.
Colour by numbers
Restored preserved buses typically carry the livery of their original owner. Often, especially with former municipal vehicles, these colour shchemes were elegant and reflecrted their owner's pride.
But unrestored old buses have a decayed, faded beauty of their own. This is part of the fleetnumber on the radiator shell of6203KW, a formerBradford Corporation 203 AEC Regent V now awaiting restoration at Keighley Bus Museum.
Wandering through Wandsworth
A Stagecoach ALX400 bodied Trident meanders through Wandsworth with Stratford in the backround.
RML on Waterloo Bridge
RML2621 (NML 261E) of Premium Coaches hard at work at the age of nearly 50 years of age, conveys sightseers across Watrloo Bridge in London in October 2016.
Mind the gap
Two ex-First ALX400 bodied Volvo B7s flanked by an ex-Metroline VolvoB7 and a preserved Letyland Natioonal in the yard of Smith, Prenton. March 2017
Misty evening in Prague, November 2016
Buses from the 1970s and 1980s
Newton, Dingwall Van Hool Astron 3196 DD loads in St Andrew's Square.
Foggy evening in Oldham 1986
GM Buses 8224 (ANA 224T) lurks n the gloom in the bus station in Oldham prior to setting off on a local service to Limeside.