Eddie Brown Tours introduce local Bus Service routes

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Eddie Brown Tours announce the introduction of local Bus Service routes to their extensive portfolio of coach services. From Monday 18th April 2011, they will be operating four services on behalf of North Yorkshire County Council.

The routes which eddie brown tours will be operating are;

131/132/134 City Services

142/143 -

56/56A/57/57A/58 /Ripon – Knaresborough –


Timetables can be viewed or downloaded at www.eddiebrowntours.com or requested by post through their Travel Centre at Thorp Arch by calling 01423 321246.

The investment in low floor wheelchair accessible vehicles to operate these local bus services is an important part of long term plans to expand the company’s diverse portfolio of contract and private hire business after moving to a purpose-built new depot at Thorp Arch in 2010.

As a long established coach and tour operator with over 60 years’ experience, eddie brown tours will be bringing their high operational standards to these bus services and delivering a quality customer service to the local community.

North Yorkshire County Council has worked with eddie brown tours for a number of years on services and welcomes their introduction into the local bus service environment. Together they will be working closely to maintain the high standard of operation on these services.


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  1. Oh so STILL no service to York then on a Sunday….. is it not crazy that in 2011 you can not get to York from Harrogate until at least 11.30am via Train! – lol

  2. A very nice post. Indeed the coaches are one of the best ways for short tours across the country. In UK the coach car industry is quite big and people opt for the same because of its inexpensive nature. I love to reach a lot of UK tourism and the coaches when I came across your post. I just subscribed the same and hope you will keep up the good posts over the coming days. Thanks

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