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 (http://www.gvvt.org/) in Bridgeton Bus Garage. You can see its page on that site by clicking here. For the moment, its photo gallery is offline as I haven't rebuilt it yet. My own photo gallery of mostly Glasgow bus photos is 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)

 

http://www.glasgowbuses.co.uk/

Clydeside Scottish Leyland Leopard G750 (GCS  50V)

and Clydeside Scottish Leyland Fleetline M73 (HSD  73V)

 

http://www.clydeside-scottish.co.uk/


Some other bus enthusiast sites include:

Bus Lists On The Web

 

http://www.buslistsontheweb.co.uk/

UK Bus Fleetlists

 

http://www.ukbuses.co.uk

Scottish Tramway & Transport Society

 

https://www.scottishtramwayandtransportsociety.co.uk/


Some other Scottish Bus Museums include:

The Riverside Museum, Glasgow

 

http://www.glasgowlife.org.uk/museums/riverside/Pages/default.aspx

The Scottish Vintage Bus Museum, Lathalmond

 

http://www.svbm.org.uk/


Official bus company websites for the operators on this site:

First Glasgow

 

http://www.firstgroup.com/ukbus/scotland/swscot/home/

Lothian

 

http://lothianbuses.com/

City Sightseeing Glasgow

 

http://citysightseeingglasgow.co.uk/

Glasgow Citybus

 

http://www.glasgowcitybus.co.uk/


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