The Routemaster bus - instantly recognisable as the classic red double-decker London Transport bus - is a British icon, and a symbol unmistakably associated with London. This book provides a...
When RT 1 entered service in 1939, no-one would have imagined that the type would be in London passenger service until 1979, almost double the life of its immediate predecessor...
As managing director of the Underground in 1920s and the first chief executive of London Transport, Frank Pick (1878-1941), had more influence on the look of 20th century London than...
At 10.41am on a Tuesday morning in September, the author boards the number 1A bus at Land's End in Cornwall. Forty-six buses and eleven days later he disembarks at John...
Records the development of the network of night buses in London from their beginning in 1913 up to the eve of the largescale expansion that took place from 1984. This...
Street scenes from an era now known by few give a fascinating backdrop to the elegant tramcars. Passengers range from dock workers to holidaymakers. The latter could enjoy the lift...
The London Underground is the heart of London life, used by millions of commuters and shoppers every year, its tentacles extending into the suburbs it has helped to create. Its...
Stewart J. Brown
Includes a varied mix of articles and photo-features, both historic and contemporary, covering a wide range of subjects of road transport interest.
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Documents in pictures the progress of the Manx Electric Railway since its post-war run down state reflecting the considerable contribution from the IOM Government since Nationalisation.
Barry M. Marsden
In this pictorial journey, Barry Marsden takes us through the history of trams and trolleybuses in Chesterfield, from the inauguration of a horse tram service by the...
The illustrated history of this popular vehicle, which took workers on daytrips in the fifties before the advent of annual leave. A nostalgic subject with national interest.
In this volume, Laurie James reveals the history of Woking buses from 1911-1939 focusing on the local independent operators of the time.
Traveller Dave Fawcett
Living in a 1966 Albion Chieftain lorry, converted to a home, Traveller Dave has spent much of the past two decades in Europe, working on farms and travelling around,...
Matthew Wharmby; R.C. Riley
A well researched collection of the late R.C. Riley's photographs featuring London's buses with detailed captions.
Colin K. Hatcher; Tom Schwarzkopf
The Birmingham & Midland Motor Omnibus Company began to operate motor buses in the Birmingham and Black Country area in 1912, radiating their services out as far as...