Date: 29 July 2018-29 July 2018 Times:
10:00 to 4pm
Theme: 'Coaches that ran express services through Oxfordshire during the 1960's.' Contact :- Jonathan Radley, 16 Samor Way, Didcot, OX11 8RF
Email to: email@example.com On-line form on web site. During the 1960's there were a dozen or so operators of express coach services that ran through Oxford, including: Crosville; Black & White; Bristol Greyhound; Midland Red; North Western; Red & White; Premier Travel; Royal Blue; South Midland; Standerwick; United Counties.
Oxford Vintage Transport Festival 2018. This should see a great array of colourful coach liveries on display. Although our theme is express coach service vehicles, we welcome any vintage bus, car or commercial vehicle to our Festival.
Oxford Parkway Rail Station Car Park, Oxford Road
The Morris Motors Museum traces the development of the Nuffield empire, founded by William Morris (who became Lord Nuffield) which grew from humble beginnings in a bicycle workshop to become one of the world’s major vehicle manufacturers. One of his bicycles is on display, together with many examples of Morris cars. Displays illustrate the part played by the Cowley plant in the development of Oxford between the two world wars and its part in the daily lives of its citizens, in particular the Morris workforce.
Hanborough rail station yard, Main Road,
Long Hanborough, Oxfordshire, OX29 8LA.
Tele: 01993 883 617(when museum is open),
01296 337 622 (when museum is closed).
View Website: http://www.oxfordbusmuseum.org.uk
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Standard Admission (£):
Admission with classic car (£):
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