National Express Dundee opened its doors to the public this weekend (Saturday 14 June) and saw hundreds of people come through the gates to visit the garage.
Classic buses, vintage vehicles and modified motorbikes lined the yard of the bus depot, with the garage itself full of stalls selling bus and tram memorabilia. Dundee Museum of Transport provided a number of the vehicles on display and local radio station Wave 102 also broadcast live from the event.
Phil Smith, National Express Dundee's Managing Director, was delighted with the success of the day: "This was a great opportunity for us to give the public a glimpse into our garage and I'm pleased so many people came along and supported the event. We really enjoyed the chance to meet up with our customers and partners from the local community; I hope this event is something which will become a regular fixture on our calendar!"
Pictured: Dawn Mobsby (HR Administrator) and Holly Webster (new driver)
Published 17th June 2014