Alder Valley was the made-up name for one of the National Bus Company’s less successful merged regional companies. Its identity survived in parts of Hampshire and Surrey until 1992 and the MHD Partnership imagines how it could look today if it was revived to embrace current environmental values


Alder Valley was a made-up name, created in January 1972 when the National Bus Company combined Thames Valley Traction — in state ownership since 1948 — with the Aldershot & District Traction Company, owned by BET until 1967.

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