I have added some web page links below, please let me know if you would like your web page added!
The site has been constructed for all enthusiasts to look through, find information & pictures of the Leopard and contribute to the site for others to do the same.
Fantastic online discussion group regarding everything about Scotlands Buses!
Informative online group regarding the Alexander Y Type bus.
Transport Ticket Services manufactures and supplies coin dispensers, cash trays and ticket machines.
Insurance Specialists for preserved vintage vehicles.
Website for the Omnibus Society. With branches and meetings up and down the country, well worth a look.
Colin Anderson's great web site, with details of the S.B.G Dennis Dominators including the restoration of his own vehicle FGE 423X.
Everything to do with public transport is right here!
Renfrewshire Bus is a group of like-minded enthusiasts who aim to preserve as much history of the local bus industry as possible.
The Scottish Vintage Bus Museum, Lathalmond, Fife Scotland. Home to my other buses VV187 Eastern Scottish Volvo Citybus E187 HSF, Bedford YNT Plaxton Parramount 3200 II Orkney Coaches B509 YAT and a VERY large collection of other vehicles.
The Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust, Home to GCS 50V & HSD 73V and a large collection of fantastic vehicles at Bridgeton in Glasgow.
Launched in August 1996, informative and great website to source those hard to find spare parts!
On this site you'll find Chassis lists, Body lists, Dealer Registration lists and other information such as explanation of manufacturers codes.
Very interesting and detailed web site by Walter Burt on the history of this historical company.
Friends Gary and Martin's web site with details of their ever increasing fleet of preserved buses.
My own Flickr site, with all my recent transport photos and many pictures of my own vehicles, also scans of my pictures taken in the 1980's and 1990'
Monthly magazine from Ian Allan Publishing, covering modern day buses.
Company producing model buses, including one of GCS 50V in West Coast Motors livery.
Bus company operating in Argyll and the West Of Scotland, and the company I purchased the Leyland Leopard GCS 50V from.
Online copy of Route One magazine.
Alexander Dennis builder of the bodywork on both HSD 73V, GCS 50V and E187 HSF.