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Colin K. Hatcher; Tom Schwarzkopf
Serves as a forum allowing the contributors, a range of acknowledged sector specialists, to discuss key logistics issues and share their authoritative views. This edition includes guidance on collaboration; energy...
The London Underground is a pioneer and an institution. The first underground railway in the world, and incorporating the first ever deep tunnel 'tube' lines too, it is at the...
On a journey that takes him around the world, the author profiles public transportation here and abroad, highlighting the people and ideas that may help undo the damage that car-centric...
Matthew Jones; John Lidstone
Cherished by the public and tourists alike, this book is a delightful celebration of the iconic Routemaster bus, using authentic material covering its exterior and interior design, technical aspects and...
Shows straight-faced paragons of Edwardian society in a variety of impressive and unlikely vehicular arrangements.
The red double decker bus is one of the enduring images of London. Although now increasingly replaced by modern bendy buses, the classic rear-entrance double-decker still appears on postcards, keyrings...
To obtain these breath-taking pictures of tram crashes in Britain and around the world the author has relied on old picture postcards and the co-operation of photographers from the Netherlands...
A new style landscape book presenting the story of the Routemaster's development and operational history in London and elsewhere, attractively illustrated throughout.
The clang of the trolleybus bell, the sudden, piercing blast of the guard's whistle, the whirr of the Clippie's ticket machine and the familiar, friendly call of 'Fares, Please' are...
Electric vehicles ran on the streets of London from the early 1900s until 1962. This book tells the story of that period and describes the vehicles themselves and the effect...
This book offers a powerful insight into the operation of a bus service in a changing society, focusing on the camaraderie, personalities and real-life stories of those men and women...