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Trials are taking place in Bristol, with scientists targeting the vehicles at older adults.Read the full story ›
The M2 route has been held up by ticketing problems and vehicles not fitting in the busways designed for them.Read the full story ›
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The famous locomotive will be travelling from Taunton all the way to Penzance via Plymouth in early October.Read the full story ›
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The Man Engine is set to tour the South West for the second time.
The giant mechanical puppet was seen by 150,000 people in Cornwall and Devon in 2016.
It was later named 'the best UK arts project' by the National Lottery.
The tour starts at Geevor Tin Mine on Saturday.
You can find the full route on the Man Engine website.
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