The Dewsbury Bus Museum is owned and operated by the West Riding Omnibus Museum Trust and is run by a dedicated group of volunteers. The aim of the Trust is to preserve the transport heritage of the West Riding of Yorkshire and the surrounding areas. Some of our buses and coaches are owned by groups, others by individual members.
We are a Registered Charity, No. 702232, and virtually all of our income is derived from members' subscriptions, the proceeds of events and book sales and rental of space to members to store their own vehicles.
We hold a number events each year, some at the Museum and others in the West Riding area. Full details of all these are on the EVENTS page of this website. Also, we take our buses and coaches to other events and rallies organised by other museums and enthusiast groups.
If you wish to bring a group for a private visit to our museum at other times, please contact us.
COPYRIGHT: (C) WEST RIDING OMNIBUS MUSEUM TRUST 2007-2021. Registered Charity No. 702232
It is with great regret that, because of the new Covid-19 restrictions limiting gatherings to a maximum of six, the Trustees have had no option but to cancel all members' meetings until further notice. Please keep looking here for updates.
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The October Visitors Photography Feature has now closed but you can still see all the entries HERE or in our Flickr Album at: https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/albums/72157716643008381
The December Visitor's Festive Photograph Feature has now closed but you can still see all the entries HERE or in our Flickr Album at https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/albums/72157717122247116
Each day, from 1st January 2021, we will be featuring a "Wulf Of The Day" in West Riding fleet number order, starting with prototype 863. The non-West Riding ones will be featured after.
The photographs will be added to our Guy Wulfrunians - ALL OF THEM album on Flickr. You can see them by clicking HERE or by looking in our Flickr album at:
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We are in the Leeds suburb of Holbeck for today’s Guy Wulfrunian where we find 951 (VHL951) negotiating the gyratory system at the bottom of Dewsbury Road and Meadow Lane. Nothing remains of anything in this photograph today.
Wulf 951 is wearing the revised mostly green livery and is heading for Leeds Central Bus Station on a number 82 service from Hemsworth via Wakefield.
The gasometer in the background is on the site of the former Leeds City Council town gas facility on Holmes Street and was, at the time of the photograph, the largest in the NEGAS region and held 5 million cubic feet. It was taken out of use after the introduction of North Sea gas and finally demolished in the late 1970s. The site is still used as a high pressure gas distribution and isolation centre.