The James Hall Museum of Transport houses a wonderful collection of land transport vehicles. This page contains photographs and details of some of the Buses and Coaches housed within the museum.

The museum also boasts a fabulous collection of photographs depicting land transport vehicles in their heyday.

An interesting collection of buses and coaches are housed at the museum. Some of the famous makes include, Daimler, Guy, Leyland and AEC.

The museum has a serviceable bus, a 1952 RT London Bus, which carries passengers on sightseeing tours to some of the historic landmarks of Johannesburg. See Friends of the Museum Bus Tours.
Daimler Diesel 3 axle of Cape Tramways
Photograph: Richard Gillatt
AEC Regent V Diesel number 839
Note the Johannesburg registration TJ 171-548
Photograph: Richard Gillatt
AEC Regent V Diesel No 839
Note the old registration (number plate) of TJ 171-548
"TJ" Transvaal Johannesburg
Photograph: Richard Gillatt
1952 RT London Bus
Registration LYF359
Photograph: Richard Gillatt
1959 A.E.C. Single Decker Bus which was converted into the Johannesburg Christmas Bus in 1972
Photograph: Richard Gillatt
A 1958 GUY double-decker diesel bus.
It was the largest front-engined half-cab double-decker bus ever produced.
Only 30 of the type were made.
It was acquired from the now defunct Durban Historical Transport Society.
Guy Motors was founded by Sydney Slater Guy
The GUY has an AEC AV760 engine.
"AEC" Associated Equipment Company
GUY was one of the marques taken over by Leyland in 1968.

The James Hall Museum of Transport

Johannesburg, South Africa