Rally Programme

Rally Programme

WESTON-SUPER-MARE BUS RALLY Including Crosville Motor Services Depot Open Day SUNDAY JULY 27 10:00 ~ 17:00 IN PARTNERSHIP WITH WESTON LIONS CLUB ...

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WESTON-SUPER-MARE

BUS RALLY Including Crosville Motor Services Depot Open Day

SUNDAY JULY 27

10:00 ~ 17:00

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH

WESTON LIONS CLUB

BEACH LAWNS • WESTON SEA FRONT

£5

Day Rider 1 adult, 1 child

Unit 2, Westland Distribution Park, Winterstoke Road, Weston-super-Mare BS24 9AD 1

• • • •

• •

Vintage buses operating on our services 100 and 152 Free rides on vintage buses from Beach Lawns Free secure parking at Winterstoke Road depot Connecting service from Beach Lawns & Weston-super-Mare Railway Station to Depot Modern bus & coach fleet on display at depot Trade stands at depot

• •

Restoration projects on display at depot Purchase of programme entitles you to Day Rider travel on all Crosville commercial routes

CONTENTS Welcome ...........................................................................................................................................................................3 Free bus rides ......................................................................................................................................................4-6, 16 Vehicles attending ..................................................................................................................................... 7-9, 12-13 Timetabled services ...................................................................................................................................14, 15, 17 Site maps ..................................................................................................................................................................10-11

3. Children: all children must be supervised by an adult at all times.

1. Personal safety: for your own safety while on site, please do not enter any operational or non-public areas. Be especially careful around moving vehicles and obey Site Marshalls at all times.

4. Free travel: the purchase of this programme allows the admission of one adult and one child to the depot and entitles one adult free travel on all CMS commercial services on Sunday 27 July 2014. Any children travelling must be paid for at the published rate.

2. Hazardous areas: our depot is part of a large estate managed by May Gurney. There may be traffic associated with other businesses. If you visit our workshop area please be aware of machinery and equipment which may present a trip hazard. Spillages may also occur inadvertently anywhere on the site so please tread carefully.

Main cover photo: 14 Bristol-built buses (and one Bedford) line up near Weston’s Grand Pier after the Crosville Rally in 2012. Photo: John Dawkins. 2

Welcome to our 2014 Bus Rally Welcome to this year’s Crosville Bus Rally. 2014 has been a great year for our company locally and has seen the launch of some new services in Weston-super-Mare which demonstrates continued growth throughout Weston and surrounding areas. Our bus rally plays a important part in the town’s calendar and, in providing enjoyment to both our visitors and local community, I hope that it is seen as our way of saying “thank you” to everyone for their support both locally and indeed beyond our normal operating fields.

New to the Crosville fleet is VDL 613S (another Bristol VR) which will be operating the 100 service, a route number that has a long history in Weston, again newly restored for the 2014 season. A special ‘Town Circular’ tour will run every 30 minutes throughout the day, enabling you to ride on many different buses from the Crosville active heritage fleet. Please see page 6 for more details.

Once again you will have the opportunity to visit our depot on the Westland Distribution Park where some of our operational fleet will be on display and also have a chance to talk to some of the Crosville staff.

To add to the day you can experience a large static display on the Beach Lawns, showcasing transport icons of years gone by. There will be an extensive free bus service as well which will depart from the static display area. Special thanks to the Bristol Omnibus Vehicle Collection which again has supported our event wholeheartedly and it does give you the opportunity to enjoy some pure Bristol Omnibus Company nostalgia.

For 2014 we have expanded to the Beach Lawns and joined forces with the Weston Lions Club’s Real Ale Festival. A key part of this event is to support local charities, something which the Lions Club has been doing successfully for many years. Our aim is to add something new to their event as well as helping to raise further funds to benefit the large number of charities which they support.

Your programme entitles you to travel free of charge across the Crosville commercial network today as well as on the free bus services.

Our event will see some of our local bus service routes operated by heritage buses, complete with conductors just like the old days. Service 100 to Sand Bay will feature a 1975 legend in the form of LEU 263P (a Bristol VR open top bus) which is something quite close to my heart as I remember this bus operating the 100 back in the 90s. It’s great to see her still going strong and doing what she does best.

Please do enjoy your visit and I look forward to seeing you today! Jonathan Jones-Pratt Managing Director, Crosville Motor Services Limited. 3

FREE BUS SERVICE

[Photo: Bristol Road Transport Collection]

A free shuttle bus service will run during the Running Day, linking the main rally site on the Beach Lawns and the town centre with the depot. Frequent heritage bus services will run on services to the depot and to Uphill. Timetables for these services are shown opposite. Mystery Tours: subject to operational conditions it is hoped to run a number of Mystery Tours during the day using Heritage Vehicles - see notice board for details. Vehicles operating on these services will be drawn from the following pool: 1949 BRISTOL L5G C2736 (LHY976) 1949 BEDFORD OB “219” (MHU193) 1949 BEDFORD OB/DUPLE 207, (MHU49) 1950 BRISTOL L6B 2467 (NAE3) 1950 BRISTOL LSX5G 2800 (NHU2) 1952 BRISTOL KSW6B L8089 (OHY938) 1965 BRISTOL MW6G 2138 (BHU92C) 1966 BRISTOL MW6G 2150 (FHW156D) 1972 BRISTOL LH6L 353 (DHW293K) Vehicles will attend subject to availability. We reserve the right to substitute published vehicles and timetabled services at any time to suit operational requirements. The information in this programme was correct at the time it was prepared. We cannot accept responsibility for any errors or omissions. 4

1000 1030 1045

and then at

00 15 30 45 until 1200 1230

past each hr

these mins.

and then at

23 53

19 49

1523

1519

00 30 until 1500

Service 101 Crosville Depot - Weston Sea Front Crosville Depot 1223 1253

00 30 until 1500 1530

1219 1249

1523 1553

1504 1534

19 34 49 04

and then at

23 53

04 34

these mins.

these mins.

past each hr 23 38 53 08

1300 1330

past each hr

1007 1037 1107 1130 1145 1200 1215 1230

1323 1353

1304 1334

1005 1035 1105

1030 1100 1115 1153 1208 1223 1238 1253

1134 1145 1204 1219 1234

Bus Rally stop Bus Rally stop 1053 1123 1138

1034 1104 1119

Station Rd, opp. Tesco

Crosville Depot

Station Rd, opp. Tesco

1534 1549 1604 1619 1634 1649 1704 1719 1538 1553 1608 1623 1638 1653 1708 1723

1515 1530 1545 1600 1615 1630 1645 1700

Bus Rally stop

1545 1600 1615 1630 1645 1700 1715 1730

Station Rd, opp. Tesco

Bus Rally stop

1608 1623 1638 1653 1708 1723 1738 1753

1549 1604 1619 1634 1649 1704 1719 1734

Crosville Depot

Crosville Depot

Station Rd, opp. Tesco

NOTES Additional journeys may be operated to meet traffic requirements. If overloading occurs, duplicate buses may run. Where possible this service will be provided by vintage double deck buses with a conductor on board. A great deal of care and expense has gone into the restoration and upkeep of the vintage buses used on these services and passengers are asked to treat the vehicles and their fittings with care and not to eat or drink whilst on board. Whilst every effort will be made to operate the journeys timetabled, the company can accept no liability for loss or damage incurred from the non operation of the service.

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Service 102 Uphill - Old Pier (Knightstone)

TIMETABLE A



Uphill, Wharf

1000 1030

and then at

00 30

1005 1035

these mins.

1010 1040

past each hour

Old Royal Hospital Grand Pier Old Pier, Knightstone

1015 1045

Old Pier, Knightstone

1030 1100

1130

and then at

00 30 until 1600 1630

Grand Pier

1035 1105

1135

these mins.

05 35

1605 1635

1705 1725

Old Royal Hospital

1040 1110

1140

past each hr

10 40

1610 1640

1710 1730

Uphill, Wharf

1045 1115 1145

15 45

1615 1645

1715 1735

Service ??? Uphill - Old Pier (Knightstone)

until

1600 1630

1700

05 35

1605 1635

1705

10 40

1610 1640

1710

15 45

1615 1645

1715

1700 1720

TIMETABLE B



Uphill, Wharf

1000 1020

1040

and then at 00 20 40 until

1600 1620 1640 1700

Old Royal Hospital

1005 1025

1045

these mins. 05 25 45

1605 1625 1645 1705

Grand Pier

1010 1030

1050 past each hr 10 30 50

1610 1630 1650 1710

Old Pier, Knightstone

1015 1035

1055

1615 1635 1655 1715

Old Pier, Knightstone

1020 1040

and then at

00 20 40 until 1600 1620

1640 1700 1720

Grand Pier

1025 1045

these mins.

05 25 45

1605 1625

1645 1705 1725

Old Royal Hospital

1030 1050

past each hr

10 30 50

1610 1630

1650 1710 1730

Uphill, Wharf

1035 1055

15 35 55

1615 1635

1655 1715 1735

15 35 55

‘TOWN CIRCULAR’ SERVICE 108 A free ‘Town Circular’ service will run throughout the day at 30 minute intervals, using selected vehicles from our active heritage fleet. The service will run from 10am until 4pm and buses will depart from the main rally site on the Beach Lawns. To add an element of mystery to the service, departures on the hour will be operated by one of our more recent acquisitions, Southern National Bristol RELL HDV626E. Departures on the half hour will be operated by buses selected at random from our heritage fleet. You never know what might turn up! Vehicles operating on this service will be drawn from the following pool:

1950 Bristol L5G KG131 (KFM893)

1949 Leyland PD2 RTW29 (KGK529)

1962 Bristol FSF6G DFG81 (891VFM)

1950 Bristol L5G KG118 (KFM767)

1965 Bristol FLF6G 1220 (DEL893C)

1962 Bristol FS6G 273 (YDL318)

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vehicles attending Please note, this list was correct at the time this programme was prepared. Vehicles shown will appear subject to availability. Registration Make

Type

Body

Seats

Date

Entered by

1939

Tim Riley

VISITING TODAY DOD 518 Bristol L5G Fleet no 333 LMY 809

Foden

Beadle

B34R

15/6DG 8 Wheeler

Wooden Platform 1946

Gary Baker

L6B

BBW

B35R

1948

Geoff Lusher/Mike Ellis

Park Royal

H30/26R

1951

Peter Cousens

405 UXN Rover 75

(car)

1956

Peter Spalding

9 BOT

Rover P4

(car)

1961

John Wilcox

KJP 940



(car)

KHY383 Bristol Fleet no 2382

LYF 104 Leyland PD2-7RT Fleet no RTL 1163

80

1964

Tom Philpott

HHY 186D Bristol FLF6G Fleet no 7283

Four Door Saloon

ECW

1966

Carl Richards

EDV 505D Bristol MW6G Fleet no 1423

ECW

1966

Richard Johnson

HOR 590E Leyland Atlantean Fleet no 590

Roe

1967

David Ledbury

OHU 770F Bristol Fleet no 1071

ECW

1968

Derek Ferris

OAX 9F Bristol RELH (series 11) ECW Coach (mark1) Fleet no RC 968

1968

Jonathan Radley

RLJ 341H Bristol RELL6G Fleet no 1622

1969

John Robinson

OUH 177G Leyland Leopard PSU3A/4R Plaxton Panorama Elite Fleet no 177

1969

Mike Taylor

YHT 802J Bristol RESL6L Fleet no 516

ECW

1970

Derek Ferris

TDL 564K Bristol RELL6G Fleet no EX864

ECW

O53F

1971

Derek Gawn

HGD 903L Leyland Atlantean Alexander AL25 Fleet no LA 697

AN68/1R

1973

Kevin Carroll

JMW 168P Bristol RESL Fleet no 168

ECW

B43F

1975

David Secretary

KHT 122P Leyland National Fleet no 3024

Leyland

1976

David Stanton

JOV 738P Volvo Ailsa B55-10 Fleet no 4738

Alexander AV

1976

Keith Billingsley

RELL

C39F

ECW

B45D

7

SOA 674S Leyland Leopard Fleet no 674

Plaxton PSU3E/4R

1978

Michael Woods

BUH 240V Leyland National 2 Fleet no NS492

B52F

1980

Gwyn Gardiner

GEL 686V Bristol VRT 3SL Fleet no 5070

ECW

H43/31F

1980

P J Hembry

KAD 359V Leyland Leopard Fleet no 359

Plaxton Supreme

1980

D Lloyd-Owen

XHK 221X Bristol VRT Fleet no 221

ECW D/Deck

1981

Mike Smith

Avant 100cc (car)

1984

D Fisher

1984

D Lloyd-Owen

B447 MLT Audi

A509 HVT Leyland Tiger Fleet no 501

Plaxton Paramount 3500

CROSVILLE HERITAGE FLEET FAE60 Bristol L5G Workshop Tower 1938 Bristol Tramways Ltd This 1938-built Bristol L5G started life with Bristol Tramways as a bus before being converted for use around the depots in Bristol. KGK529 Leyland PD2 Leyland H30/26R 1949 London Transport RTW29 operated from numerous Central London garages until 1964. It was then used as a driver training vehicle until 1970 when it was sold into preservation. RTW29 is in immaculate condition inside and out. HLJ44 Bristol K6A ECW L27/28R 1949 Hants & Dorset TD895 was ordered by Hants & Dorset but spent its first year on loan to London Transport to cover a postwar bus shortage. After operating from LT’s Amersham garage, it ran for Hants & Dorset until 1966. It can be viewed in our restoration workshop and will eventually join our active heritage fleet. KFM767 Bristol L5G ECW B35R 1950 Crosville Motor Services Ltd New to Crosville Motor Services for use in North Wales. Converted to a towing vehicle by the company before entering preservation with Chris Pratt in Weston Super Mare. Sold to Quantock Motor Services, then bought by current owner and completely rebuilt over a three year period. KFM893 Bristol L5G ECW B35R 1950 Crosville Motor Services Ltd New to Crosville Motor Services as a bus and inservice until 1967 when converted to a tow bus. Sold for scrap in 1973 but purchased by Tony Kershaw of Northwich for preservation. Passed to Quantock Motor Services Ltd, Taunton where it was subsequently restored as an express coach. Purchased by Crosville Motor Services Ltd in 2012. NFM46 Bristol LL6B ECW B39R 1952 Crosville Motor Services Ltd This is an example of the 30’ version of the Bristol L type. This particular vehicle was new to Crosville Motor Services and served with them until 1972 when it passed to dealer Martin’s of Weaverham. Subsequent history is sketchy but it was acquired from Peter Bailey of Andover in December 2011. Restoration is due to start later this year. NFM67 Bristol KSW6B ECW H30/26R 1952 Crosville Motor Services Ltd New to Crosville Motor Services Ltd as fleet number MW435 and renumbered to DKB435 in 1958. Withdrawn in 1968 and sold to Martin & Son, Dealer of Weaverham. Had 10 subsequent owners until bought by Jonathan Pratt in 2011. Curently awaiting restoration. YDL318 Bristol FS6G ECW H33/27RD 1962 Southern Vectis This was the last rear door doubledecker to be delivered to Southern Vectis who used it on the Isle Of Wight 8

until 1978 when it was converted into a driver trainer and painted yellow. In 1992 it was reinstated as part of the Southern Vectis heritage fleet until being loaned to the Isle Of Wight Bus Museum in 1997. Sold for further service in the Forest Of Dean in 2001 and then into preservation the following year. Has been in the Crosville Motor Services Ltd fleet since 2011. 891VFM Bristol FSF6G ECW O34/26F 1962 Crosville Motor Services Ltd New to Crosville Motor Services as a conventional doubledecker. Converted in 1977 to open top and used between Llandudno, Colwyn Bay and Rhyl. Withdrawn in 1984 and has since been owned by several preservationists before ownership passed to the new Crosville Motor Services Ltd in December 2011. Has recently been completely rebuilt by Busworks in Blackpool. DEL893C Bristol FLF6G ECW H38/32F 1965 Hants & Dorset Delivered new to Hants & Dorset Motor Services where it spent most of its working life at Poole. It was originally painted in Tilling Green and Cream but was repainted in Poppy Red and White in around 1973. Sold to Double Two Shirts of Wakefield for staff transport in 1981 until 1993. Purchased for preservation in 1995, since when it has had several owners, joining the Crosville heritage fleet in 2011. HDV626E Bristol RELL6G ECW B53F 1967 Southern National This Bristol RELL was delivered as fleet number 2700 to Southern National’s Weymouth depot in 1967 and, after a long history in service and preservation, has joined our other Bristol buses for further use. LEU263P Bristol VRTSL6G ECW O43/27D 1976 Bristol Omnibus New to Bristol Omnibus as a dual door doubledecker for use on City services as 5055. Converted to open top in 1986 and renumbered 8622. Passed to Badgerline in 1993 for use at Weston-super-Mare until 1996 when it returned to Bristol Omnibus Company and was then sold for service on Guernsey before being repatriated. VDL613S Bristol VRTSL6G ECW O43/27D 1977 Hants & Dorset Originally registered UFX855S, this VRT only spent 2 years with its original operator Hants & Dorset before moving to Southern Vectis where it was re-registered several times. After conversion to open top, it later regained a roof before further re-conversion to its current partial open top configuration. It joined our fleet this year and usually runs as the Service 152 tour bus. 59a AEC Matador Tow Wagon 1945 Crosville Motor Services Ltd Originally built for the Royal Navy, passing to Crosville Motor Services Ltd in 1957 where it was converted into a breakdown tender over a period of 6 months. Withdrawn in 1989 and sold to Paragon Motors of Penygroes before ending up with travellers. Subsequently owned by two preservationists before being sold to Chris Pratt.

BRISTOL OMNIBUS VEHICLE COLLECTION JHT802 Bristol K6A ECW H30/26R 1946 Bristol Omnibus Vehicle Collection New to Bristol Tramways fitted with a Gardner engine for use on City routes. Re-engined and rebodied in April 195 until being withdrawn and sold to a camping specialist in 1964. Entered preservation after a long period of use as a static store. LHY976 Bristol L5G ECW B33D 1949 Bristol Omnibus Vehicle Collection Also delivered to Bristol Tramways for services in the City, particularly between Temple Meads and the Zoo. The 2 doorway ECW bodied Bristol L was unique to Bristol Tramways and this is the sole survivor. MHU49 Bedford OB Duple B30F 1949 Bristol Omnibus Vehicle Collection These little buses were particularly associated with the narrow lanes and winding routes around Stroud and Nailsworth. In 1958 this one was sold to Mid Wales Motorways before saved for preservation in 1977. Has had several owners in preservation and it is thought that it has never attended a rally until this month. MHU193 Bedford OB Mulliner B30F 1949 Bristol Omnibus Vehicle Collection New to Clifton College where it spent its entire working life as a school bus. Now repainted to represent a similar vehicle ordered by Dundry Pioneer but delivered to Bristol Tramways. Look out for the wooden slatted seats inside.

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NHU2 Bristol LSX5G ECW B42D 1950 Bristol Omnibus Vehicle Collection This was the first underfloor engined bus produced by Bristol Tramways and was the forerunner of many thousands of similar vehicles. 2800 was converted to single door in 1956 and regularly used between Westonsuper-Mare and Wells before being withdrawn in 1967. Now restored to original condition. OHY938 Bristol KSW6B ECW L27/28RD 1952 Bristol Omnibus Vehicle Collection One of ten similar buses delivered to Bristol Tramways before the Lodekka became the standard lowbridge bus. Spent most of its life allocated to Bath before becoming a driver trainer. Owned for 30 years by renowned transport historian Peter Davey before passing to the current owner. UHY360 Bristol KSW6G ECW H32/28R 1955 Bristol Omnibus Vehicle Collection The highbridge Bristol KSW was the mainstay of the Bristol City fleet in the 1950s/1960s. This one passed straight into preservation when withdrawn in 1971, retaining her Bristol AVW engine. UHY384 Bristol KSW6G ECW H32/28RD 1955 Bristol Omnibus Vehicle Collection New to Bristol Tramways for country services including Bristol - Weston-super-Mare. It is fitted with a Gardner 6LW engine and has a 5 speed gearbox and became a training bus in 1973 before entering preservation in 1981. 924AHY Bristol MW5G ECW C39F 1958 Bristol Omnibus 924AHY was the last single deck bus to be delivered to Bristol Omnibus Company with the 36 inch x 12 inch destination display, later replaced by a “T” box, with separate destination and number displays. She was from the first batch of Bristol MW buses produced to replace the Bristol LS bus (of which NHU2 was the prototype). 969EHW Bristol LD6G ECW H33/25RD 1959 Bristol Omnibus Vehicle Collection The Bristol Lodekka was a revolutionary design of low height doubledecker when it was introduced. This example was new to Bath Services and used extensively on the Bath - Salisbury route. Later used by BAC for staff transport at Filton before being secured for preservation. 972EHW Bristol LD6B ECW H33/25R 1959 Bristol Omnibus New to Bristol Omnibus for City services from Winterstoke Road and Avonmouth depots. Withdrawn in January 1976, passing via two scrap dealers to a farmer who used it to transport strawberry pickers. Bought for preservation in 1984. BHU92C Bristol MW6G ECW C39F 1965 Bristol Omnibus Delivered to Bristol Omnibus Company in 1965, 2138 was one of seven of this type forming an order diverted from Eastern National in Essex. She was fitted with an underfloor Gardner 6HLW engine and a five speed manual gearbox. FHU59D Bristol FLF6B ECW H38/32F 1966 Bristol Omnibus Like most Bristol City buses, C7246 was fitted with Bristol’s own BVW diesel engine, a power unit that is still fitted today: with a four speed gearbox, she is capable of about 37 miles per hour. She was withdrawn from service during 1983 and was used afterwards by the staff at Cheltenham and Gloucester’s Stroud depot as a carol bus, being much modified for this role. DHW293K Bristol LH6L ECW B42F 1972 Bristol Omnibus Vehicle Collection One of a batch of six identical vehicles, three of which including this one were new at Weston-super-Mare. These six were unusual in being fitted with semi-automatic gearboxes. Sold for further service to Thomas Bros, Llangadog before passing to the Cardiff & South Wales Trolleybus Project and thence to its current owner. XOU396T Bristol RELL6L Hess B47D 1979 Christchurch, NZ Amongst the last of the Bristol RE buses built by BCV were a run of around 150 for the Christchurch Municipality in New Zealand. This is one of a batch of 96 to carry a radical design of body by Hess of Switzerland, also sent to NZ as kits. Formerly Christchurch 538, JD4954, the bus is now registered XOU396T, and is in the livery of Bayline Coaches, Tauranga, North island, with whom it last operated “down under”.

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CROSVILLE MODERN FLEET CRZ 9159

Volvo T8 Vanhool

Y28 CMS

Dennis Dart

VYD 333

DAF Vanhool

XJI 6331

Leyland Tiger

Y22 CMS

Dennis Dart

TYR 95

Vanhool Acron

crz 9869

Optare Solo

W969 TRP Dennis Dart

VDL 613S

Bristol VRT

crz 9868

Optare Solo

W973 TRP Dennis Dart

TCZ 6124

Leyland Tiger

CRZ 9852

Leyland Tiger

W968 TRP Dennis Dart

V135 LGC

Volvo ALX400

CRZ 9851

Dennis Javelin

W975 TRP Dennis Dart

V139 LGC

Volvo ALX400

M627 XWS Dennis

W976 TRP Dennis Dart

YN55 KMV Dennis Primo

w963 trp Dennis Dart

V125 LGC

Volvo ALX400

MX55 WDA Dennis Primo

crz9320

Leyland Olympian

V129 LGC

Volvo ALX400

MX56 AKK Dennis Primo

CRZ 9825

Volvo T8 Vanhool

W977 TRP Dennis Dart

E634 KCX

DAF Vanhool

crz 9319

Volvo Olympian

CRZ 9853

E749 SEL

Volvo B10

Leyland Tiger

Don’t forget to visit our restoration projects. Work has begun to bring the Bristol AVW engine of our ex-Crosville Bristol KSW6B NFM67(pictured right) back to as-new condition. Also on view today is Bristol L6B NFM46, the last Bristol L in regular service with Crosville. This is part way through a lengthy restoration to full working order. Our Tower Wagon (based on a Bristol L5G chassis) is with an external contractor for professional restoration but our ex-Hants & Dorset Bristol K6A will be on display at the depot.

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W I N T E R S TO K E

MAIN GATE

ROA D

CROSVILLE DEPOT SITE MAP

SECURE C AR PARKING

No public access Display areas

TRADE & SOCIETY STALLS

A free bus service (101) will run between the depot and the main rally site at Beach Lawns via Tesco. See page 5 for timetable.

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BEACH LAWNS SITE MAP TROPICANA BEACH

BEACH

B

M A R I N E PA R A D E HARD STANDING AREA

STATIC DISPLAY AREA

STATIC DISPLAY AREA

A

C

LIONS CLUB

B E AC H ROA D

A

Rally bus services 101, 102, 103 and 108 departure point

B

C

Land Train departure point

Toilet facilities are available within the Lions Club area. Access granted with a rally programme.

Toilets (access with Rally Programme only)

A number of trained First Aiders will be in attendance to look after our medical needs, should any emergencies arise. Like many people on site today, they are volunteers please show your appreciation!

Drinks and refreshments are on sale at the main rally site only. Please follow the signs and dispose of litter in the bins provided.

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Grand Pier

Birnbeck Pier

Service 100 Weston-super-Mare Town Centre - Sand Bay (via Grand Pier & Kewstoke)

Railway Station

Half hourly frequency, (15 and 45 minutes past the hour in each direction) serving: Sand Bay, Sand Road, Beach Road, Crookes Lane, Kewstoke Road, Birnbeck Road, Knightstone Road, Royal Parade, Marine Parade, Station Road, Station Approach, Francis Fox Road, Regent Street, Princess Royal Square, Royal Parade.

Kewstoke

Sand Bay

14

Grand Pier Arr

Regent Street, Stop S dep

1018 1048 1118 1148

1011 1041 1111 1141

1007 1037 1107 1137

1005 1035 1105 1135

30mins

every

then 1448

1441

1437

1435

1518

1511

1507

1505

1548

1541

1537

1535

1618

1611

1607

1605

Service 100 Weston-super-Mare Town Centre - Sand Bay (via Grand Pier & Kewstoke)

Birnbeck Pier

1625

1620

Kewstoke, Toll Gate

1555

1550

until

1525

1020 1050 1120 1150

1520

1025 1055 1125 1155

1455

Kewstoke

1450

Sand Bay, Sand Road arr

Kewstoke Village

Sand Bay Holiday Camp

Sand Bay, Sand Road dep

1048 1118 1148 1218

1042 1112 1142 1212

1040 1110 1140 1210

1037 1107 1137 1207

1035 1105 1135 1205

until

30mins

every

then

1518 1548 1618 1648

1512 1542 1612 1642

1510 1540 1610 1640

1507 1537 1607 1637

1525 1555 1625 1655

1522 1552 1622 1652

1505 1535 1605 1635

Kewstoke, Toll Gate

Service 100 Sand Bay - Weston-super-Mare Town Centre (via Kewstoke & Tesco)

Birnbeck Pier

1055 1125 1155 1225

1052 1122 1152 1222

1527 1557 1627 1657

Winter Gardens

1057 1127 1157 1227

WsM, Railway Stn, opp Tesco Regent Street, Stop S arr

Adult Weekly Ticket (5 Return Journeys) £10.00 Child Weekly Ticket £7.00

Crosville Day Ticket (ADULT) Peak £6.00 (09:00 - 18:00)

English National Concessionary Passes are valid on all Crosville services

Family Ticket £10.00 (2 adults, 3 children)

Crosville Day Ticket (CHILD) Peak £3.50 (09:00 - 18:00)

Service 100 ‘OPEN TOP BUS COASTRIDER’ service Monday - Sunday inclusive (Sunday timetable shown above)

(All day and weekly tickets entitle passengers to unlimited travel on all Crosville services)

TODAY ONLY: Free travel on this service for one adult on production of this programme

15

1630

1700

(SUNDAY JULY 27 ONLY)

1600

Service 103 UPHILL – GRAND PIER – OLD PIER

1530

until

30

1130

00

1100

and then at

1030

1707

1705

1000

1635

UPHILL, Wharf dep.

1605

1135

1535

1105

35

1035

05

1005

these mins.

Old Royal Hospital

1710

past each

1637

1137

1607

1107 10

1537

1037 15

37

1007 hour

07

Old Tropicana 1140

1715

1145

1640

1110

1645

1115

00

1610

1040

05

1615

1045

35

1740

1730

1540

1010

these mins.

And then at 30

1710

1700

1545

1015 1200

1645

1640

40

GRAND PIER

1205

1615

1610

45

OLD PIER arr. 1130

15

10

1725

1135

45

40

1720

1100

hour

past each

1655

1105 1215

1210

1650

1030

1145

1140

1635

1035 1115

1110

1630

OLD PIER dep. 1040

1605

GRAND PIER 1045

1600

Old Royal Hospital

until

UPHILL, Wharf arr.

Special Service for Sunday July 27th, serving:

Uphill, Links Road/Uphill Way, Old Church Road, Uphill Road South, Uphill Road North, Beach Road (forward Marine Parade), Marine Parade, Royal Parade, Knightstone Road, Burnbeck Road. NOTES

This service operates free of charge and will be operated by double deck open top buses if weather conditions allow. Additional journeys may be operated to meet traffic requirements.

Where possible this service will be provided by vintage double deck buses with a conductor on board. A great deal of care and expense has gone into the restoration and upkeep of the vintage buses used on these services and passengers are asked to treat the vehicles and their fittings with care and not to eat or drink whilst on board.

Whilst every effort will be made to operate the journeys timetabled, the company can accept no liability for loss or damage incurred from the non operation of the service.

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NOTES This service will operate using our open top tour bus, former Southern Vectis 503 (Bristol VRT VDL613S). Subject to availability, our ex-Crosville open top DFG81 (Bristol FSF6G 891VFM) may also operate on this service.

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WHY NOT BECOME A MEMBER OF THE 4936 SOCIETY? We are looking for new members to help us maintain this beautifully restored engine and keep the oldest main line Hall class running. We have many days throughout the year where we require help with engine cleaning, painting and restoration.

Members get advance notice of mainline activities. They will also receive our quarterly newsletter with all the latest updates of the engine, keeping you up to date with Kinlet’s movements around the South West along with her regular steamings now on the WSR Railway.

New website coming soon www.kinlethall.co.uk

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