Dewsbury Bus Museum will hold a spring open day this Sunday featuring an old favourite returning to its former route.
Organiser Tony Salmon said the star of the show will be a Crossley double-decker bus that ran the Dewsbury-Mirfield route from 1955-1967.
“The museum is a labour of love. The purpose of the charity is to preserve an important part of our history,” he said.
“The whole concept of having a back platform and a conductor is alien to a lot of younger people, like something from a history book.
“As well bus enthusiasts we are aiming this event at families. People are realising it is quite a cheap day out to take the children to.”
The museum in Foundry Street, Ravensthorpe will be open on Sunday, 10.30am-4.30pm. Entry is £3 for adults, including a 24-page programme, and free for children.
Another event will be held in August at The Mill in Batley.