POTTERIES CONNECTION POSTER - 2014Entry Forms available now (by request via the Contact Page)  
Small charge for trade stands  
Details and free shuttle service times on the ‘Rallies’ Page


Registered Charity No. 1026874  

Welcome to the site of the Potteries Omnibus Preservation Society (POPS), a charity which was formed in 1977 to preserve and restore former PMT buses.  PMT?!  It actually stands for Potteries Motor Traction www.facebook.com/potteriesomnibuspreservation ______________________________________________________________________   

A full colour magazine filled with interesting articles, information, and photographs is  published quarterly. Members are invited to submit articles for inclusion up to two weeks before publication

Society Meetings take place monthly to keep the membership informed and are ISSUE 157- COVER sponsored by G SWIFTfollowed by entertainment in the form of photos, DVDs or a guest speaker.  If you would like to place an advertisement in our magazine, transport rally or running day programmes please make enquiries using the ‘Contact’ page of this website

MEMBERSHIP: Subscription rates have remained the same in recent years: Adult Member:        £20.00
Junior Member:      £10.00
Joint Members:       £30.00
We value subscriptions as they contribute towards the restoration and storage costs incurred by the society’s buses. Membership Application forms are available on request. Please email via the ‘Contact’ page or send a SAE to:

POPS, c/o 58 Newcastle Street Burslem Stoke-on-Trent ST6 3QF

RALLIES: Last year’s ‘POTTERIES CONNECTION’ Running Day was held at Gladstone Pottery Museum on Sunday 4 August 2013 and the most recent ‘POTTERIES TRANSPORT RALLY’ & Running Day was held at Britannia Stadium on Sunday 18 May 2014

DONATIONS: Personal donations are very welcome and contribute towards the on going restoration of the Society’s buses. To make a donation, please express your kind wish to do so via the ‘Contact’ page above or write to POPS, c/o 58 Newcastle Street, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent ST6 3QF. Both NEH 466 and 766 EVT are currently undergoing costly overhauls (February 2014 onwards). Photos of 766 with her engine removed are displayed under the Fleet tab

Leyland Titan OPD2 PMT L466 (NEH 466), owned and restored by Potteries Omnibus Preservation Society (Photograph taken in Longton) 466, 18may03 c ac w

Website Moderator: Lynda Fee, Hon.Secretary