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Based in Canterbury, the company covered a wide area of Kent bounded on the sea on three sides and by fellow BET Company Maidstone & District to the west. This area included the Channel ports, and the company was a pioneer of continental coach tours from as early as 1919. It was also heavily involved in contract work on behalf of airline and ferry companies and with the Europabus service. In addition to local, contract and international services, the company also ran express services into London. The East Kent fleet was heavily biased towards Dennis and Leyland, although after World War 2 it shifted towards Guy and AEC. Alongside the authors' well researched text, the book includes many colour and mono illustrations portraying the great variety of East Kent vehicles and services over the years.
- Mainly Of Titans and Imperials - Prewar Double-Deckers
- Crouching Tiger, Leaping Express - Prewar Single-Deckers and coaches
- In The Front Line - East Kent at war
- Renewal, Repair, Reconstruction - A Story of recovery
- All Change! - Changes of allegiance - and engine position
- The AEC Years - The three ‘Rs’ - Regents, Reliances and… er, Bridgemasters!
- An Innovations Catalogue - Experiments, conversions and the Continental connection
- Twilight - A Change of ownership - and another of engine position
- East Kent in Colour