We are an organisation based in Angus, Scotland, with the aim of preserving and operating our ever increasing collection of classic road vehicles. The group has been in existence since 1989 and was formed after a number of railway enthusiasts felt the need to preserve another part of Britain's transport heritage. Thus the Angus Transport Group was formed. Membership to open to all, click here for more information.
Basin Rambler: Back for 2022, for dates visit the Basin Rambler page.
Our special running days linking Montrose High Street and Montrose Railway Station with the Caledonian Railway at Bridge of Dun, House of Dun and Montrose Air Station Heritage Centre.
Our group is quite small with a current membership of around 22, with half working on the vehicles. This is a very good ratio for a preservation group where usually their workers to members ratio is around 10%.
Currently the group has a total of 22 vehicles with 20 based at our two depots in Angus and 2 at other locations. All of the collection at the moment are public service vehicles ranging from an ex-Western Leyland Titan PD3/3 to our latest low floor 2002 Optare Solo from M W Nicoll of Laurencekirk.