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'Northern' RoutemastersTuesday 23rd AprilPresented by Bob KellNorth East Bus and Coach ShowSunday 5th MayAt the intu Metrocentre Coach ParkDurham Vintage Bus GatheringSunday 16th JuneAt Howlands Park and Ride siteWhitley Bay Bus RallySunday 7th JulyOn The LinksNorth East Festival of TransportSaturday 13th July toSunday 14th JulyAt the Recreation GroundBuses Through The AgesSunday 28th JulyAt Bishop Auckland Market PlaceSeaburn Historic Vehicle DisplayMonday 26th AugustAt the Recreation Ground
This event will feature a selection of classic buses on display, trade stands and two free bus services will operate from the rally site.The first service will use a selection of vehicles attending the event and will head north to the Delaval Arms roundabout, and return south along the seafront as far as the Blue Reef Aquarium in Tynemouth, where passengers can alight for the Childhood Memories Toy Museum http://www.tynemouthtoymuseum.co.uk/ to continue the nostalgic theme. The return route to the rally site is through Whitley Bay Town Centre and passengers are free to alight and board at any stop along the route.
The second service will operate to the Stephenson Railway Museum http://www.ntsra.org.uk/ for the opportunity to enjoy a FREE train ride, the only occasion during the year when this is possible. The buses for this service (modern this time thanks to partners Go North East http://www.simplygo.com/) will run to and from the rally site to coincide with the train times at the museum.Visit Tynetown http://www.tynetown.co.uk/ the Town Centres Web site for North Shields, Wallsend and Whitley Bay.To travel to the event by public transport catch Go North East services 1, 2 & 309 which stop next to the site, or services 85 & 86 which stop close to the site. Alternatively catch any bus service to Whitley Bay Town Centre and catch the free bus service to the site.For additional information on the location of Bournemouth Gardens Car Park, click here
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