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Vintage Bus Service and Display
As part of Glasgow’s West End Festival, Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust will be running a free bus service from the Riverside Museum to Anniesland and the Botanic Gardens Travel on restored historic buses and coaches of the 1950s to 1970s from the Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust collection.
Buses run frequently all day on a circular route in both directions serving Riverside Museum, West End, Hyndland, Victoria Park, Anniesland and the Botanic Gardens. There will also be a display of vintage buses and lorries from the GVVT collection on the event area at the Riverside transport museum. The service will be operated by a selection of interesting vintage buses and coaches and is free.
You can board at any stop on route, just stick your arm out for the driver like you would for a regular bus - some things haven't changed over 50 years.
Full details including map and timetable at www.gvvt.org
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