Buses, Road VehiclesThe Bus Handbook series is published by British Bus Publishing, an independent publisher of quality books for the industry and Bus Enthusiasts. Although this book has been produced with the encouragement of, and in co-operation with, Arriva plc management, it is not an official group fleet list and ... From the series Bus Handbooks
Buses, Road VehiclesAs 2006 marks the centenary of the commencement of operation of motorbuses by Manchester Corporation Transport Department, and also reflects the fact that it is forty years since the last trolleybus ran in Manchester, Bob Rowe, with assistance from John Senior, has put together this latest volume ... From the series Super Prestige
Buses, Road VehiclesThis glorious collection of more than 370 photographs and plans traces the history and development of buses in Britain through the 20th century. The author tells the story through extended captions, where his intimate knowledge of his subject, makes this book a highly informative and entertaining ... From the series Portrait
BusesThis highly unusual book portrays aspects of life in Northern Ireland in the immediate post-war years. The themes are transport related and include street scenes in Belfast, the UTA stand at the Balmoral Show, passengers travelling by train and bus, air services from Nutts Corner, heavy haulage by ...
Buses, Road VehiclesAt the beginning of the period of this book, the LGOC was struggling to provide the needed level of bus services, having lost many of its vehicles that had been requisitioned for war service. It was then faced with new competition from a variety of independent bus operators, some with only one or ...
BusesBaxter's is an Airdrie institution. The family owned bus company has been in existance well over half a century and its blue buses a regular sight in the Monklands area. There can be no-one living in the North Lanarkshire area who has not travelled on one of their buses. Douglas MacDonald tells the ...
Buses, Road Vehiclesin 1931, the Vauxhall Motors subsidiary of General Motors began to produce a new range of British-Built commercial vehicles known as Bedfords. Their introduction followed the wall Street Crash of October 1929, which not only decimated world trade, but also brought about a minor revolution in the ... From the series Fare Stage Series
Buses, Road VehiclesThis is the third book in a trilogy detailing the history of Bedford buses and coaches from their inception in 1931 to their progressive demis in the 1980s. With the co-operation of Vauxhall Motors, the books mostly use official photographs from the Luton archives. The applause and positive acclaim ... From the series Fare Stage Series
Buses, Road VehiclesOne of the most iconic British motor coach chassis of all time was Bedford's VAL, which was introduced at the 1962 Commercial motor show. This was the first time that Bedford ventured in to the large-capacity coach market. But it did it with style and a novel engineering approach. Employing a ... From the series Fare Stage Series
Buses, Road Vehicles(Description not yet available) From the series Prestige
BusesCharlie Wyatt began as a conductor on London's trolleybuses in 1951 and became a driver in 1955. He worked throughout his trolleybus career at Finchley depot in north London, here he was on trolleybuses until their last day there. With an exceptional memory, backed up by official documents from the ...
BusesTransport expert Gavin Booth provides readers with a historical and in depth look into the history of the BET group
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