BusesThis second volume of Nigel Eadon-Clarke's book published last year (2005) takes the reader into the era of privatisation, subsequent owners and – in a few cases – preservation.
Buses, Road VehiclesThis title contains 240 colour photographs including RTs on routes: 47, 54, 62, 87, 94, 105, 119, 122, 140, 261, N95, N95 plus some unscheduled workings and RFs on routes: 218 & 219. Including the very last journeys on routes from Bromley, Catford, Kingston and Barking. From the series ColourScene Snapshot
Buses, Road VehiclesThe third in the ColourScene Snapshot series of albums by N. J. Eadon-Clarke looks at the double-deck sightseeing buses which operated in New York in the timeframe embraced by the title. The majority of these buses were imported from the United Kingdom and came from a variety of operators. Types ... From the series ColourScene Snapshot
BusesLondon Transport's Country Buses provided services in the outer London area and part of the Home Counties extending to an approximate 25 mile radius from central London. Upon its formation in 1933 the London Passenger Transport Board faced the task of acquiring many independent operators in the ...
Buses, Road VehiclesSmooth running and peaceful, spacious trolleybuses once carried shoppers, workers, scholars and cinema goers to Croydon from Sutton, Crystal Palace and Mitcham. That bygone era is authentically recreated herein by Terry Russell. From the series Trolleybus Classics
BusesAn excellent new volume detailing the development of the Fleetline from its origins in the early 1960s through to the final years of operation
Buses, Road VehiclesPublished to coincide with the centenary of the opening of Darlington's municipal electric tram system this book is the first to be entirely devoted to the story of the electric trams and trolleybuses that between them served this famous north-east railway town for 53 years. From the series Trolleybus Classics
BusesA comprehensive history of this well-known bus operating company from its early days through to becoming part of the National Bus Company and ceasing to exist as a separate company in April 1972. Packed with fascinating information about the company, its fleet of buses over the years and the staff ...
BusesDestination Western Front tells the story of London's omnibuses during the Great War of 1914-18. Extensive research using the archives of the War Office, the Army Service Corps and the London General Omnibus Company has allowed the true and remarkable story of London's buses during WW1 to be told ...
Buses, Road VehiclesThe First Thirty Years The provincial scene was never more interesting to the enthusiast than in Doncaster, where, apart from the municpal fleet and a wealth of company operators, a plethora of fascinating independents ran a network of lifeline services to outlying villages. Author Roger Holmes, ... From the series Prestige
Buses, Road VehiclesThe Post War Years The fleets and services of the Doncaster independents in the pre-1950 period were dealt with in style by Roger Holmes in Part One of this story. This volume from the same author will take the story through the postwar decades of austerity, booming passenger demand and decline, ... From the series Prestige
Buses, Road VehiclesA trolleybus operator, Doncaster took the unusual step, upon abandonment of the trolleybus system in 1963, of using trolleybus bodies to rebody motor buses - just one of the facets of this most interesting of municipal operators, another not yet to have received adequate coverage, a situation that ... From the series Prestige
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