On June 24th, the village of Lymm will host the popular once-a-year historic transport event, with this being the sixth time it has taken place.
In aid of the Lymm Heritage Centre, a wide range of exhibits will be on display, including buses, cars, lorries and boats. There will also be a Battle of Britain Memorial Flight flypast using a Supermarine Spitfire.
Warrington’s Own Buses will be operating a vintage bus shuttle to the Historic Transport Day, using their East Lancs bodied Leyland PD2 dating from 1965, which is one of two members of the company’s “heritage fleet”. Single and return fares will be available, with seating capacity for up to 64 passengers.
There will be five journeys from Warrington Bus Interchange throughout the day, with these scheduled to depart at: 09:15, 10:30, 11:45, 13:00 and 14:45.
Meanwhile, there are six journeys scheduled to operate from Lymm, with these due to depart at: 09:50, 11:05, 12:20, 14:05, 15:15, 16:15 and 17:15.
Those who wish to attend the event will also be able to get to Lymm on the Cheshire Cat CAT5/CC5A services.