Please see below galleries from our members from around the world
Henry Cooper Coaches
RM 931 Newcastle upon Tyne 25th June 2013
RM 931 Newcastle upon Tyne. 25th June 2013
RM 931 at Wynyard Hall 27th April 2013
RM 931 at St Mary's Island, Whitley Bay 11th April 2015
26th May 2015 collecting seven Routemasters from Dial a Ride North Wembley
26th May 2015 Trowell Services M1 on way to Newcastle upon Tyne RM1204, RM1562, RM1218
Collecting RM 120 from Westbourne Garage 22nd October 2015
28th May 2016 Lined up in yard ready to go RM's1562, 1218, 931 and 1776
28th May 2016 in yard
Newcastle Quayside 21st February 2017 working for Virgin Money during Prince Harry's visit in connection with Virgin Money London Marathon. RM's 1218, 1640 and 931 with Gateshead Millenium Bridge behind
Newcastle Quayside 21st February 2017 RM's 1218, 1640 and 931
Newcastle Quayside 21st February 2017 RM's 1218,1640 and 931 with the Tyne Bride and the Sage Music and Arts centre in the background
RM's 931,1640 and 1776 parked in the garage with the rear of RM1218 visible in the back corner
RM 1562 newly out of the coachworks after panel and paint on wedding duty at Doxford Barns 17th June 2017
RM 931 at the Angel of the North 21st July 2017
RM931&RM1218 in Newcastle 19th August 2017
RM1218&Rm931 at Tynemouth 19th August 2017
RM931 at Doxford Hall Northumberland 18th August 2018
RM931&RM1562 at Bamburgh Castle 18th August 2018
A rare sight in Gateshead,5 Routemasters on a hire on 4th October 2019. RM's 931,1218,1562 and 1640 of Henry Cooper are joined by RM378 of Weardale Motor Services.
Number of photos: 21
Author: Graham Greaves
Rocky the Routemaster comes to town!
Next stop (unscheduled!) Loughborough ATS to sort out puncture. Very glad we took the spare wheel!
W.Norths old yard at Sherburn in Elmet (Yorks) where the first RM's were scrapped. RM2208 passed through here in 1987 but not for scrap luckily!
Arrival at York which was very busy!
'Rocky' beside the seaside at Scarborough.
'Rocky' resting with other buses at East Yorkshire Motor Services for the night at Scarborough.
Scripps Garage in Goathland (or Aidensfield in Heartbeat).
Whitby and the Magpie Cafe, famous for its fish and chips.
Redcar and the Zetland Lifeboat Museum.
With kind prior permission we were able to take Rocky across the Middlesbrough transporter bridge.
Just off of the A1 south of Newcastle, here we are at the Angel of the North.
Crossing the border at Carter Bar on the A68. It was such a great feeling to have got this far with Rocky!
Jedburgh Abbey ruins whilst on our way to Edinburgh. A lovely place, well worth a visit.
South Queensferry with the Forth rail bridge as background.
Rocky returns to its old depot at Inchinnan near Glasgow where it used to operate for Clydeside Scottish in the 80's.
Many thanks to McGills of Greenock who let Rocky sleep at their depot, seen here next to a 1950 Duple Guy Arab and a Mercedes Citaro.
I've seen many things from the cab of an RM, but a cruise liner was a first for me! Greenock Esplanade.
At the Scottish Vintage Bus Museum near Dunfermline, Rocky meets two old shed mates from his Clydeside days.
Rocky meets up with preserved RM910 at the SVBM. Their paths will have crossed many times in the past in Glasgow.
Rocky retraced his old steps on a Clydeside Tour in Glasgow. In torrential rain Rocky makes his way along Willowford Rd, Darnley.
With the soon to be demolished Red Road flats behind, Rocky makes his way back into the city from Balornock.
Rocky makes his way up Bawhirley Rd, Greenock with the Clyde behind.
My old home town Kilmacolm. Rocky sits at Wateryetts Drive before setting off towards Paisley.
After our visit to the SVBM we carried on heading north towards Inverness.
Drumochter Summit on the A9. Time for a breather!
Deserted roads in the Highlands. A86 near Dalwhinnie.
Rocky is dwarfed by the mountains in Glencoe. This was such an amazing journey!
More deserted roads as we head south towards Tyndrum on the A82.
Rocky waits patiently outside our hotel room in Kilmarnock!
Diesel at 135p per litre at Carlisle AND Nectar points could not be missed. We gently nosed (with plenty of assistance) in and backed out to take advantage
Carnforth Station. Filming location of Brief Encounter. A very good and free museum is located on the station.
Blackpool Illuminations! Motorcycling bears jump over three Routemasteresuqe' buses!
Our evening trip along the front at Blackpool.
Rocky sits alongside the largest brick building in the world, the old Tobacco Warehouse, Liverpool Docks.
Penny Lane, Liverpool!
About to enter Kingsway Tunnel in Liverpool, bound for New Brighton beach!
Number of photos: 36
Author: Adam Conner
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Author: Jeremy Carr
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Author: Rob Duker
Number of photos: 10
Author: Rob Duker