Why not join us on some of these events? Each Membership Card will allow you to bring one guest. Extra guests and any non-members can join us by taking out a Day Membership for £5.00.

The bus will normally pick up from Victoria Street, Northampton and return there at the end of the day. Departure and anticipated return times (unless shown above) will be notified nearer to the date once details are finalised.

All trips must cover the costs of running them. We hope you would consider giving NTH a realistic donation to help with ongoing expenses. Bear in mind that our costs include not only the fuel used on the day but also tyres, insurance, repair and maintenance, storage and ongoing preservation.

Remember that some of the trips will involve entrance charges and we do not include these. Wherever possible we will tell you what these are but many rates for this year have not yet been set by the venues.

If you are interested in joining us on any of the above days please let me know by using the contact form located on the contact page. Remember to say who you are, which trip you want to come on and how many of you there will be. Details will then be confirmed to you a short while before the event date.

Additional outings to bus rallies and running days are likely to be arranged during the year and you will be updated as these are booked.

Please note that all trips are subject to availability of the vehicle and being able to provide a crew for the bus.

We look forward to seeing you.

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Members Outing to the Great Central Railway at Quorn – Bus not yet decided

April 27 @ 08:30 - 19:00

A visit to the Great Central Railway – the only preserved double track, main line railway in Britain. Today is the ‘Bus and Train Spectacular’ with free, local bus services as well as the usual train services. The railway has been in preservation since 1976 and runs between Loughborough and Leicester, a distance of 8.25 miles. Each of the stations is ‘themed’. Loughborough station is home to the museum, engine sheds and workshop, signal box, emporium and a buffet. Quorn and Woodhouse station has a picnic area, café and NAAFI style buffet whilst Rothley station boasts two tea rooms and nearby is a miniature railway. Leicester North station is the end of the line and has a tea room. The line is very scenic running through the edge of Charnwood Forest and crossing Swithland reservoir.

Depart from Victoria Street at 0830 hours.
Return from Quorn at 1700 hours to arrive back at Victoria Street around 1900 hours.


April 27
08:30 - 19:00