Facebook and Twitter

Our Facebook and Twitter pages are now up and running. Users can pick up our latest news there. The links are on the left of this page or can be accessed directly below, just click on the appropriate logo. We look forward to inter-acting with you there!

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Telephone line to the Museum

We apologise that the Museum’s phone line is still not operational. We were originally promised this by BT for August 2011 but they are still waiting for permissions (‘wayleave’) from surrounding properties and are unable to give us a completion date at present. In the meantime, our friends at Brooklands

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23rd October, A Day to Remember

On Sunday, 23rd October, the London Bus Museum staged its very first public event and it turned out to be a resounding success with over 2000 people coming along on the day to witness the ‘Very Best of London Buses’. Over 40 buses made up the outdoor displays, ranging from

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‘The Best of London Buses’ Limited Edition Model

To commemorate this year’s 60th anniversary of the RF class, we have commissioned a limited edition EFE model of a red Central Area RF, no 505, operating from Kingston Garage (K), as a two man crewed vehicle on Route 215, destination Ripley via Street Cobham, displaying adverts for Country Bus

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The Very Best of London Buses

Sunday October 23rd, 2011 This day sees the first event at the new London Bus Museum at Cobham Hall, Brooklands, Weybridge, Surrey. Billed as “The very best of London Buses – a unique display”, the event will feature line-ups of the very best and most authentically presented examples of the major

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The Next Chapter Begins

At the end of last month, RT 1 was, ceremoniously, the last bus to leave Redhill Road, as the doors were closed for the final time and the next chapter in the history of Cobham London Bus Museum began to be written. During the past couple of weeks, museum exhibits

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The New Museum Building at Brooklands Takes Shape

After many months of development and site clearance work, and despite a short delay due to the recent bad weather, the skeletal frame of the new museum hall has been erected at the Brooklands site. Over the next couple of weeks, the tough membrane that will form the roof and

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