• X90 Through the Years

    The X90 is a coach route steeped in history. It arose out of the very first coach link between the cities of Oxford and London.

  • X90 Through the Years

    The X90 is a coach route steeped in history. It arose out of the very first coach link between the cities of Oxford and London.

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The final X90 coach journey will take place on Saturday 4th January 2020, ending a service which can be tracked back to the early 1920s. The current express service has operated for more than 40 years and has carried millions of customers.

To mark the occasion, we will be providing special free vintage coach rides between Gloucester Green and Thornhill Park and Ride on vehicles from yesteryear. A Bristol VR double decker that was used on the X90 service in the 1980s and a single decker from the 1960s will be used. The vintage rides on the preserved coaches, owned by Jonathan Radley and Dave Clements, will take place between 10:30hrs and 15:30hrs on Saturday 4th January 2020.

A commemorative booklet has also been produced, which chronicles the history of the coach route between Oxford and London. The "X90 Through the Years" booklet can be read in a digital form below.

X90 Through the Years - Booklet (PDF, 1.2MB)