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For almost five decades Buses Yearbook, and before it Buses Annual, have been appearing like clockwork, offering a fascinating selection of articles and photo-features on a wide range of historic and contemporary subjects. This August's new edition will mark the likely withdrawal of the last rear-platform buses in regular service in Britain with two articles on the demise of the traditional half-cab double-decker, including one specifically on the Routemaster. Other articles deal with topics as varied as the history of London Transport fleet modernisation, airside bus operations at Gatwick Airport, Ribble coach operations of the 1970s and open-top double-deckers in Edinburgh.
- Two Davids, Three Johns And Two Brians
- African AECs
- No More Fares Please?
- One Small StepÖ
- I Was Responsible
- Changing Times In Scotland
- Ramblings On Ribble In The `Seventies
- Gone But Not Forgotten
- The Long Goodbye
- Saturday Night Weaver
- Airport Transfers
- The Last Sunday Bus To Potter Heigham
- Exposed In Edinburgh