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...
Welcome to the weird and wonderful world of London's Underground, or as it is affectionately referred to, the Tube. Though this isn't the usual side of the Tube the...
Transport expert Gavin Booth provides readers with a historical and in depth look into the history of the BET group
Stewart J. Brown
A Fantastic account of the history of the AEC Regent V from its origins right up until the end of service.
A fantastic new colour album examining the last two decades of steam on the Underground.
An illustrated tribute to a classic London double-deck bus. This book explores the history of the last of the bespoke London Transport buses. It is suitable for bus enthusiasts around...
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...
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...
John M. Mills
Concentrates on the electric lines of the part of Southern Ontario adjacent to the Grand River. This book tells the story of the area's streetcars, trolley coaches, and interurban railways...
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...
Michael H.C. Baker
A fascinating anecdotal history of London Transport's heroic efforts to keep the capital moving during the worst onslaughts of the Luftwaffe during World War 2.
In 1857, the Desjardins Canal bridge collapsed under a Toronto-to-Hamilton train, creating one of the worst railway wrecks in North American history. Sixty lives, including that of the main contractor...
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