Dewsbury Bus Museum
In November 1971, a group of 17 Guy Wulfrunian fans met at the West Riding Automobile Company Social Club in Wakefield to discuss the potential of creating a society with the sole purpose of preserving two of the company’s few remaining Wulfrunian double-deckers. Thus the predecessor of today’s West Riding Omnibus Preservation Society was born. Over the years the collection of buses grew and a depot was obtained in Raventshop, Dewsbury in 1981. Eventually, the depot has been turned into a museum in 1989. Today it is operated by the West Riding Omnibus Museum Trust. Today members of the Society own over 40 buses, with almost half being of West Riding Automobile Company origin. Some of these are displayed in the Museum.