Cover of the magazine from 1960
History and profileEdit
Buses is published on the third Thursday of each month. Sam Clark has been working on the title since 2013. He has been responsible for the growth of the Buses brand through advertising and marketing. A sister magazine, Buses Focus, featured more in depth articles, although this dual format was dropped, after a rationalisation of the bus industry, and for publishing cost reasons, in favour of larger main magazine issues.
Due to the continued success of Buses magazine, they launched a show in 2014 called "Buses Festival", which takes place at the British Motor Museum in Gaydon, Warwickshire every August, and has recently held its third show at said venue.
Buses Festival is one of the biggest shows for bus enthusiasts to visit a huge variety of modern and classic vehicles on display, as well as a wide range of traders who sell bus models, literature, photos and bus accessories.
- Charles Dunbar: 1949–1950
- E J Smith: 1950–1959
- Alan Townsin: 1959–1965
- John Parke: 1965–1980
- Stephen C Morris: 1980–1999
- Alan Millar: 1999–
- "Mag ABCs: Full circulation round-up for the first half of 2013". Press Gazette. 15 August 2013. Retrieved 7 December 2013.
- Buses Festival
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