Buses Worldwide Magazine

Buses Worldwide magazine is published Quarterly. It contains a mixture of articles and news on buses and bus fleets around the world.

Latest Issue:

Issue 217 starts with part one of a series by Allan Macfarlane called Topical Tales of Tropical Trails and covers details of Long Haul holidays he took between 2016 and 2019. We start in Australia and then on to New Zeland in this well illustrated eight page article.

Mike Taylor introduces us to Hummel, a family business based in Kirchzarten, Germany and looks how they operate their stage carriage work, tours and private hire .

The Volvo B10M reaches 40 years old and Phil Walters takes us through the variations and uses of this chassis over that time.

Going back in time Peter Myers discovers American Pioneers in India and how chassis from the U.S.A in the 1920’s were used.

Barry Tupperfield gets to visit two Stans in Two Weeks, Two Counties , Two Seasons. He paid a visit to Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan and shows us what he found in this 10 page article.

Barry Wilkinson takes a quick look at Hotel Touring buses, those that either tow trailers or are partly converted to have sleeping accommodation on board.

There is the regular sections for Bus Business Worldwide, World News , the Members’ Forum and a book review.

We finish off on the back page with two pictures taken by John Veerkamp on a trip to Burkina Faso.