Lincolnshire & East Yorkshire Transport Review
Much of the detailed history of GCT 113 has been recorded in the Lincolnshire & East Yorkshire Transport Review (LEYTR) and its antecedents the Lincolnshire & Humberside Transport Review and before that, the Lincolnshire Transport Review.
Formed in 1963 in Grimsby, what is now the LEYTR offers unrivalled news, views and fleet coverage of all modes of passenger transport in the shire county of Lincoln and the unitary authority areas of North and North East Lincolnshire, Hull City and the East Riding of Yorkshire.
Each edition has a summary of the latest news stories affecting the railways, the bus and coach industries and the local preservation scene. Details of forthcoming railtours are given, including services passing through but not calling at stations in the LEYTR area.
Ful details of local bus and national coach service alterations are given. Train operator repaints and fleet movements and/or modifications are listed and a similar section exists for detailing fleet movements of the larger bus operators, East Yorkshire and Stagecoach, as well as the smaller independent and family-run bus and coach operators.
Each edition contains a colour centre spread of photos, generally of the modern transport scene locally, though all offerings are considered.
Articles conclude each edition, written by the Editorial or subscribers. Subject matters cover any local passenger transport mode locally, covering any period in time. We always encourage new writers to share their thoughts on local transport memories or time spend working for a local operator. We try to commemorate local transport anniversaries whenever possible.
Subscription costs £12 a year and magazines are published every 2 months. New subscribers receive the latest edition completely free and their subscription starts with the next edition to be published.
If you'd like to subscribe, please write a cheque or postal order made payable to 'LEYTR' and send to:
LEYTR Secretary (F)
If you'd like to sample a back copy sent electronically, please email:
for a previous edition to be sent as a pdf.
The LEYTR Blog can be found at LEYTR.blogspot.com.