The first of our “viewing days” took place on Sunday 1st March 2020. Although visitors were (as expected at this time) not plentiful, the families especially seemed to enjoy their visit and left good comments about the day.

Many thanks to all volunteers and members who attended to help (more than we had expected to attend.)

Our next event Sunday April 5th (10am to 4pm) we shall be operating free bus services and would again be grateful for help from members and friends to carry out Marshaling duties etc.

 

Thank you.

 

Membership

Can we remind members/friends that all renewals are due by the end of March please. If unsure how to renew please contact the membership secretary (Norman Shepherd) or any Board member.

 

Thank you.

  • 01
    Apr
    2016

    The Dewsbury Bus Museum Event

    The Dewsbury Bus Museum Event

    On Sunday 13th March, Keighley Bus Museum ran a feeder bus service to the Spring open day at Dewsbury Bus Museum,  the vehicle provided by Keighley was a Leyland Olympian, B251NVN ex United Automobile and Transdev which had only entered preservation…

    By Mick Berry

  • 24
    Mar
    2016

    Where do all the donations go?

    Where do all the donations go?

    If you’re anything like me then the chances are that you get asked by various charities to donate something to them at least weekly if not more often, be that by cold calls on your doorstep, by telephone or good…

    By Mick Berry

  • 19
    Mar
    2016

    Riverside Depot Update

    Riverside Depot Update

    Over the last year or so a great deal of change has taken place at our Riverside Depot base in Keighley. We often receive suggestions from members and visitors alike on things we could do to improve the place, with…

    By Mick Berry

  • 10
    Mar
    2016

    New Overhaul Project – Bradford 309 – Leyland PD3

    New Overhaul Project – Bradford 309 – Leyland PD3

    It seems that I’m forever trying to make time for all of the projects and interests I have, and being KBMT Secretary takes up more time than most. The project I’ve really wanted to take on for some time though…

    By Mick Berry