Preston was transported back to a different age of bus travel on Saturday.Advertisement
Ribble Buses lined the Flag Market to mark the start of a new exhibition at the Harris.
The buses were there as the museum looks back at 100 years since Ribble’s fleet first appeared on the streets.
Headquartered in Frenchwood many Prestonians will have grown up riding the distinctive red buses.
They had their final journeys in the 1980s and now do memorial and historic transport events around the UK.
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Ribble 100, the exhibition, is free to attend and runs until 7 July.
See more pictures below from the Ribble buses being parked up, as Paul Melling snapped away.
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