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
Buses, Road VehiclesGHF Atkin's local fleet is captured in all its glory operating in large and small towns across the midlands. Packed with shots in serviceand showimng the wide variety of vehicles used by the company from the late 1920's until the early 1970's From the series Prestige
BusesThis edition comprises an outline of the family business with illustrations covering most of the vehicles owned and a full fleet list. The origins of this famous Lancashire coach operator go back to horse drawn days at the end of the 19th century. The first motor vehicle was bought in 1915 and ...
BusesUsing the photographs of David Burnicle, this volume in 'The Prestige Series' illustrates David's devoted enthusiasm to buses. A remarkable collection of pictures. From the series Prestige
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BusesVenture have teamed up with Blackpool Transport Services and Bombardier - builders of the new generation trams - to create this beautifully produced official Commemorative brochure with brief history, details of all visiting trams for the September event together with vignettes of preserved ...
Road Vehicles, RailwaysThe buses and bus services provided by the Great Northern Railway of Ireland are the focus of this publication tracing the history of this highly efficient part of the railway company from 1925 through to 1958 when the GNR became part of the CIE. Packed with information and with many previously ...
Buses, Road VehiclesEarly reminiscences of an enthusiast in London and the South East in the 1950s. What starts a bus enthusiasts off on his interest? How does such a seemingly mundane subject exert such a fascination? Author Barry Turner recalls early postwar inner London as a drab place: greyness; dismal Victorian ... From the series Prestige
Buses, Road VehiclesIn the golden age of bus operation, before private-car ownership and a predilection for watching television indoors instead of going to the cinema, Hants & Dorset Motor Services Ltd, based on Bournemouth, ran a compact network of services in those two counties, covering coastal towns and cities ... From the series Prestige
Buses, Road VehiclesThe latest two titles in the Super Prestige Series will be available in March, covering two major operators in the West Yorkshire area. Written by Keith Healey and David Allan respectively they have been long awaited and will appeal to transport enthusiasts and local historians alike. From the series Super Prestige
Buses, Road Vehicles, OtherLondon Coastal Coaches Limited was formed in 1925, and Victoria Coach station was opening in 1932; these two events were instrumental in helping to create what was to become an important well-organised and responsibly operated sector of the travel industry. But it took time. Coaching was in a state ...
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