To get back to the Glasgow Bus Website homepage, click here.

Here's an assortment of links to other sites which you might find interesting. Please note that I cannot be held responsible for the content of these external sites.

GM47 is kept at the Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust ( in Bridgeton Bus Garage. You can see its page on that site by clicking here. For the moment, my photo galleries are offline as I'm having to reupload them one file at a time.It now has a photo gallery here. My own photo gallery of mostly Glasgow bus photos is here, and older photos have now moved to my online photodump here.

Some of the other buses based there also have their own sites:

Greater Glasgow P.T.E. Leyland Atlantean LA927 (JUS 774N) and Strathclyde P.T.E. Leyland Atlantean LA1443 (UGB 196W)

Central Scottish Dennis Dominator D23 (FGE 423X)

Clydeside Scottish Leyland Leopard G750 (GCS  50V)

and Clydeside Scottish Leyland Fleetline M73 (HSD  73V)

Kelvin Scottish AEC Routemaster 1929 (EDS 288A,

Blackpool Corporation Leyland PD3A 501 (HFR 501E),
Midland Scottish Leyland Fleetline MRF168 (LMS 168W), London MCW Metrobus M781 (KYV 781X),
and Kelvin Scottish MCW Metrobus 1669 (B100 PKS)

Some other bus enthusiast sites include:

Bus Lists On The Web - photos and fleetlists covering a lot of Scotland

Glasgow Transport Badges

Ian Semple's Glasgow Corporation Transport Website

Scottish Tramway & Transport Society

Some other Scottish Bus Museums include:

The Riverside Museum, Glasgow

The Scottish Vintage Bus Museum, Lathalmond

Official bus company websites for the operators on this site:

First Glasgow


City Sightseeing Glasgow

City Sprinter

Cumbrae Coaches

Glasgow Citybus