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Present day operation in one of the Outer Hebrides

Author: Richard Walter

Title: Buses on the Western Isles Publisher: Amberley Publishing...

Author: Richard Walter
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Opportunity charging for route 358

Transport for London has secured planning approval to install...

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A Delta variant on mystery MAN

Still on the theme of mystery vehicles, Graham Ashworth has another...

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A DECADE OF RESTORATION

PHIL HALEWOOD tells the story of the formation and growth of...

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WHAT HAPPENED TO CARDIFF?

As he starts to plan to travel again around the country, BOB...

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FLEET IN FOCUS

HODGSONS COACH OPERATORS Based: Head office – Galgate,...

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The wonders of a legendary Wiltshire independent

Author: Terry Grace

Title: Remembering Silver Star Publisher: Catkin Books ISBN:...

Author: Terry Grace
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Oxford Street to be cut in two

Westminster City Council and The Crown Estate have published...

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Did Lillyhall give Lily an extra door?

Alan Millar’s sideways view of the bus scenePlease send any...

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ALEXANDER DENNIS LAUNCHES ENVIRO500 ELECTRIC

The operator’s first electric tri-axle double-decker, known...