Latest News and Updates
Added 17 June 2018
Amazon customers can now raise funds for the Society every time they shop, without spending anything extra through the 'Amazon Smile' scheme - more here
Added 28 May 2018
Lincoln Castle Rally (Sunday 17 June 2018) - we are pleased to announce that John Kaberry Ltd have agreed to sponsor the event again this year, and we are most grateful for their support.
Added 20 May 2018
Entries still open for Lincoln Castle Rally (Sunday 17 June 2018) - although late entries may not be shown in event programme.
|ONO 59, our 1949 Bristol K5G, has now had its first top
(photos 17 May 2018)
Added 30 April 2018
Thanks to everyone who came to our Easter Sunday Transport Festival event - report and photos here.
|Thanks to Pennells Garden Centre, South Hykeham for welcoming us again on 22 March for a vehicle display - this time our Austin Gipsy and Morris Minor represented the Museum.|
Thanks to everyone who braved the rain to come and see us on Lincoln City Square on 10 March - and thanks to all involved who made it happen.
Lincoln 73 was also one of the buses out and about in service as part of Discover Lincolnshire Weekend on Sunday 25 March
|LVVS display in Lincoln City Square on 10 March 2018||LVVS bus service for DIscover Lincolnshire Weekend|
AFY 376 - Austin 16
Dry assembling of sunroof components continues, with rain gutters being fitted. Alloy trim materials have been sourced for the sunroof trim.
|AFY 376, seen from above||JV 4936 - wiring in progress|
JV 4936 - 1936 Austin 18
Work continues with the wiring loom. A newly sourced stainless steel exhaust awaits fitting.
ONO 59 - 1949 Bristol K5G
Lots of smaller jobs have been progressed during the winter. Panelling is now complete, with beading being finished off. The platform handrail and used ticket box have been fitted and the seats are all in. If it had been warm enough we could have painted it!
above - beading being fitted
right - platform handrail in place
KW 7604 - 1930 Leyland Badger
Work on the Badger's engine was completed in Spring, and the Badger returned to the road as an unscheduled extra at the Easter Transport Festival event.