This is the first occasion that I have been to Kingsbridge to witness the public transport on the buses as it was back in my school days over fifty years ago. It brought back many memories as public transport in those days connected most villages across the land. As the bus service was originally run by the railways, it was the railway yards that became the Bus Stations. On todays tours Loddiswell Station was open for the public to view the Station Buildings and visit the Gardens together with Tea & Refreshments available. Loddiswell Station was opened by kind permission of the owners Richard & Nikki Curzon, it is a beautifully Restored Station. Many Thanks
140920f A classic bus of 1933 rebodied in 1942 with a Bristol body which it carries to this day. This bus saw service in the Dartmouth, Kingsbridge and Plymouth depots until 1957 and today it has been entered by Mr & Mrs Colin Billington of Loddiswell a great supporter of the bus preservation scene. Copyright Roger Winnen
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