• 2002 Dennis Dart – 300 – HW52 EPX

    Dennis Dart SLF/Plaxton Pointer MPD, HW52EPX, was the first low floor vehicle purchased by Southern Vectis for their Isle of Wight operations, arriving just ahead of a batch of 7 Volvo B7TLs which were the first low floor double deckers operated by that concern….

  • Vehicles on display at – The Isle of Wight Bus & Coach Museum, Ryde, Isle of Wight

    The Isle of Wight Bus & Coach Museum has a varied collection of vintage Buses and Coaches on display within the Museum at Ryde,  the majority which served a good proportion of their working lives operating on the Isle of Wight. Our Museum owns a…

  • 1984 Ford Transit – 259 – B259 MDL

    Owned by  –  The Isle of Wight Bus & Coach Museum (click title to read more…)   New to Southern Vectis this Caryle bodied 16 seater minibus ran in the early post de regulation competitive days. It was used on the Newport – Cowes…

  • 1981 Mercedes 508D Mini Coach NDL 600W

    Owned by  –  The Isle of Wight Bus & Coach Museum (click title to read more…) New to Gange’s Coaches of Cowes this Robin Hood converted 21 seater was used on both stage carriage and private hire. Recently donated by John and Julia Gange…

  • Civility c.1880 Stage Coach

    Owned by  –  The Isle of Wight Bus & Coach Museum (click title to read more…) New to the collection for 2017  is an 1880s Stage Coach which operated on the Isle of Wight. The ‘four-in-hand’ horse-drawn coach, was built in the 1880s by…

  • 1993 Leyland Olympian – 743 (4643) – K743 ODL

    Owned by  –  The Isle of Wight Bus & Coach Museum (click title to read more…) New to Southern Vectis is 1993 this 76 seat double deck  Northern Counties Leyland Olympian was converted to open top in 2003/4. Donated to the museum by Go…

  • Bristol K – 721 (EDL 657)

      Owned by  –  The Isle of Wight Bus & Coach Museum (click title to read more…) New to Southern Vectis in September 1947,  with an ECW ‘lowbridge’  body featuring rows of long bench seats and a sunken gangway on the top deck. Restoration…

  • Dennis Dart / Duple (817) – G526VYE

    Chassis: Dennis Dart 8.5 SBL Body: Duple B31F   One of a batch of 27 supplied new in April 1990 to London United, and sold to Southern Vectis in 2000. Repainted in its current livery in 2002 and withdrawn in 2006. Bought for preservation in March…

  • Dennis Ace – 405 (DL9015)

    Members’ Vehicle  –  owned by D.Priddle (click title to read more…)

  • Bristol RELL – 863 (TDL563K)

    Owned by  –  The Isle of Wight Bus & Coach Museum (click title to read more…)

  • Volvo B10B – 5625 (K125BUD)

    owned by  –  The Isle of Wight Bus & Coach Museum (Click title to read more…)

  • AEC Matador Tow Truck – 004 (GXX 785)

    owned by  –  The Isle of Wight Bus & Coach Museum (click title to read more…)

  • Bristol K5G – 703 (DDL 50)

    Vehicle on Loan  –  owned by D. Priddle (click title to read more…)

  • Bristol FLF6G 611 (CDL 479C)

    Bristol FLF6G – 611 (CDL 479C)

    owned by  –  The Isle of Wight Bus & Coach Museum (click title to read more…)

  • Bristol K5G – 908 (YWG 109)

    owned by  –  The Isle of Wight Bus & Coach Museum (click title to read more…)

  • Bedford OB – 216 (FDL 676)

    Vehicle on Loan  –  owned by P. Tucker (click title to read more…)

  • 301 (KDL 885F) at Carisbrooke Castle

    Bristol RESH – 301 (KDL 885F)

    owned by  –  The Isle of Wight Bus & Coach Museum (click title to read more…)

  • Bristol MW6G – 806 (FDL 927D)

    owned by  –  The Isle of Wight Bus & Coach Museum (click title to read more…)

  • Bristol LD6G – 563 (SDL 268)

    Members’ vehicle  –  owned by R. Newman (click title to read more…)

  • Bristol VRT – 628 (SDL 638J)

    Members’ Vehicle  –  owned by R.Newman, L. Roberts & M.Birkin (Click title to read more…)

  • Bristol VRT – 673 (UDL 673S)

    owned by  –  The Isle of Wight Bus & Coach Museum (click title to read more…)

  • Bedford SB – ODL 400

    owned by  –  The Isle of Wight Bus & Coach Museum (click title to read more…) tle to read more.. There were many operators on the island who ran coaches besides Southern Vectis. This vehicle is from the fleet of Moss Motor Tours, who…

  • Bedford SB – 9 (ADL 459B)

    owned by  –  The Isle of Wight Bus & Coach Museum (click title to read more…)

  • Bristol LD6G – 559 (PDL 519) Tadpoles

    Vehicle on Loan  –  owned by Top Deck Travel (click title to read more…)

  • Bristol MW – 315 (PDL 515)

    owned by  –  The Isle of Wight Bus & Coach Museum (click title to read more…)

  • Bedford YRQ – VDL 264K

     owned by  –  The Isle of Wight Bus & Coach Museum (click title to read more…)

  • Leyland Olympian – 700 (A700 DDL)

    owned by  –  The Isle of Wight Bus & Coach Museum (click title to read more…)