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The dominant bus concern in much of East Anglia was the result of the 1931 amalgamation of a number of operators including Eastern Counties Road Car and Peterborough Electric Traction. From earliest origins through Tilling Group days to the creation of the National Bus Company, the illustrations record the great variety of vehicles in use over the years.
- 1 - Ringing the Changes
- 2 - Eastern Counties - The Family Tree
- 3 - Amalgamation to Nationalisation
- 4 - State Ownership - the Tilling Years
- 5 - Part of the National Bus Company