Vintage bus to tour Enfield on Saturday

A similar bus will tour Enfield on Saturday

A similar bus will tour Enfield on Saturday

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Transport enthusiasts can hail a free ride in a vintage bus on Saturday.

The bright red double-decker bus from the 1950s will trace the former 128 bus route which was replaced by the W8 in 1969.

Passengers will be driven to St Stephen’s Church in Park Avenue, Bush Hill Park, where bus and railway memorabilia will be sold during the annual Transport Enthusiasts Bazaar.

The historic bus will leave Enfield Town railway station in The Town at 10.46am, 11.36am and 1.06pm and Edmonton Green railway station in Church Street at 11.12am and 2.12pm.

The 11am to 3.30pm bazaar is organised by North London and Essex Transport Events.

Entrance costs £2, although children under 16 can visit for free.

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