Ten vintage buses brought nostalgic travel to the roads in and around Exmouth on Sunday, September 4, as the Devon General Society recreated local bus routes of the 1960s.

Free bus services ran from Imperial Road – the site of Devon General’s depot in Exmouth – to Budleigh Salterton, Lympstone and Woodbury, and open top buses ran an Exmouth town tour.

Paul Jenkins, secretary of the Devon General Society, said “We were delighted with the turnout for our event, with more than 2,700 passenger journeys made during the day and some departures needing a duplicate bus.

"We would like to thank everyone who travelled on our buses, the bus owners, and our great team of volunteers who made it all happen.

"We also appreciate the support we received from Exmouth Town Council, East Devon District Council, and Stagecoach South West. We hope everyone had an enjoyable day experiencing bus travel as it used to be.”