03 DECEMBER 2017:
The past few days are certainly the beginning of a new era for the Group; this being our move to our new site at Outland Road, Plymouth. Vehicles 45, 204 and 312 arrived on Friday 1st December, with the remainder on Sunday 3rd December. There will be more working parties going forward to properly unload all of our items and get the site setup how we want it; keep an eye out for dates in the not too distant future.
10 OCTOBER 2017:
We'd like to remind all members about the upcoming trips to both Swansea and the Plymouth Twilight event. Please visit the upcoming events page for further details.
Furthermore, we can announce Citycoach 312 W312SDV and SPD 45 Y645NYD have joined the fleet.
08 OCTOBER 2017:
Please can all members keep an eye on their emails for information regarding the Group Vehicle Insurance and the potential depot relocation.
20 SEPTEMBER 2017:
We extend a warm welcome to Dennis Dart MPDs 202 and 204, X202 CDV and X204 CDV to the Group. Both are in the process of being purchased from Plymouth Citybus and further information will follow on their fleet pages soon.
30 AUGUST 2017:
Leyland Atlantean 137 has changed owners. Richard Stevens is the new owner and we wish him the best of luck with his new acquision.
16 JULY 2017:
Volvo B10M-50 no. 182 (G621OTV) has left the PCTPG. Following its recent conversion to open-top it has been sold on.
18 JUNE 2017:
Volvo Citybus 175 will be changing hands in the near future as Group members Bryan Harris and Andy Cooksey have negotiated a transfer deal. We wish Bryan all the best with his new acquisition and look forward to seeing 175 back on the roads very soon.
23 MAY 2017:
The Plymouth City Transport Preservation Group are pleased to announce that we have a new Chairman - Jason Beverley. Jason has been a member of the group since its inception and has contributed a lot of his time and energy to the group during this time.
Following our AGM, almost all of the Groups committee has been replaced. We wish them all the best of luck in their new roles and thank those who have served on the committee in the past. If you would like to see who is running each department, see out 'Contact Us' page.
You can see more news from the group by visiting our Facebook Page - CLICK HERE.
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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