The ‘Friends of the East Kent’ (East Kent Road Car Company Limited) are celebrating the 105th anniversary of the East Kent Road Car Company commencing operations in Deal with a day of free vintage bus rides.
The ‘Friends of the East Kent’ (Road Car Company Limited) are celebrating the 105th anniversary of the East Kent Road Car Company commencing operations in Deal on 1st September 1916 by operating a number of free bus services in the Deal, Dover, Sandwich, Whitfield and Eythorne area on Saturday 4th September 2021
Pick up an Event Guide and Timetable from Dover Transport Museum
Free bus services will be operating from 10:00am over the following routes
80X South Street Deal to Dover Transport Museum
85 Canada Road, Walmer to King Edward Road, Sandown
87 Pencester Road, Dover to Dover Transport Museum
88 Sandwich Guildhall to Dover Transport Museum, via Eythorne Railway Station
A rail service will be running between Eythorne and Shepherdswell stations.
Dover Transport Museum will be open from 10:30 with the last entry at 15:30.
Normal museum admission charges apply.
MAP & DIRECTIONS
By Car - Willingdon Rd, Dover, Whitfield, Dover CT16 2JX, UK
The Museum is located just off the A2 at Whitfield, 3 miles outside Dover, follow brown tourism signs to the museum. CT16 2JX or CT16 2HQ
Sat-Nav coordinates N 51:09:004 & E 1:17:426
If your 'sat nav' directs you along 'Old Park Hill' please find an alternative route as this is a No Through Road
Bus services run from Dover town centre and stop at Honeywood Road, from here walk towards the superstore, turn right into Menzies Road, then left into Willingdon Road. The Museum is located on the left.
For all bus times visit: www.stagecoachbus.com
Dave Atkins - Chairman of Trustees & General Manager
Group Booking 01304 822409 or 01303 248999 - email@example.com
Brian Flood - Vice Chairman & Company Secretary
01304 822409 or 07511794798 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Andy Cousins - Collections Manager
(Enquiries regarding donation or loan of items to the museum collection,
and access to the museum library and records)