The Plymouth City Transport Preservation Group was formed in July 2006. Our aim is to preserve the history of local public transport through vehicle preservation and archiving of photos, documents and artifacts and making the vehicles accessible to all.
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Work has continued on 9, and now is starting to get nearer completion. On a miserable sunday 26th jan we gave her a "blast out the cobwebs" run to Yelverton and back down Southway drive.
Having not been out for many months,we were very happy that she performed faultlessly
SUNDAY 1ST MARCH : RETURN TO SERVICE 283 MERCEDES LOCAL TRIP 11AM - 2.30PM
SUNDAY 5TH APRIL : LEYLAND ATLANTEAN PLYMOUTH 60TH ANNIVERSARY CITY TOUR
ROYAL PARADE P&R 11.00AM - 3PM
SUNDAY 19TH APRIL: PENZANCE RUNNING DAY BRISTOL LH 1557 AND OTHER VEHICLES TBC
19TH / 21ST JUNE: PLYMOUTH MOTOR SHOW. CARS BUSES COMMERCIAL VEHICLES.
DETAILS TO FOLLOW
4TH - 5TH JULY: PLYM VALLEY RAILWAY CLASSIC CAR COMMERCIAL SHOW
SUNDAY 2ND AUGUST: OUR PLYMOUTH BUS RALLY TBC SOON
SEPTEMBER: KINGSBRIDGE RUNNING DAY
We had our 1st working party of 2020. It was well attended and big thankyou to everyone who helped out. 283 was given a good clean,having passed its m.o.t ready for use this year. unused vinyl window panels were removed from 7552. Parts were removed from 42 for donation to 47 and water pipes for 458 recently brought back into P.C.T.P.G (currently stored at Winkleigh awaiting continuing repairs) 42 will finally be removed within 2 weeks.
We aim to have working parties back for 1st Sunday of every month. next 2nd feb. 11am