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MORE SUBURBAN NEW ROUTEMASTERS AND SOUTH EAST ELECTRICS

MARK LYONS

LOOK IN ON LONDON Operation of routes H32 (Hounslow...

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IN FLEET NEWS THIS MONTH

JOHN G. LIDSTONE With additional material compiled LAWRIE BOWLES and JOHN YOUNG

•BODY TYPE AB Articulated single-deck bus AC Articulated coach...

JOHN G. LIDSTONE With additional material compiled LAWRIE BOWLES and JOHN YOUNG
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PSVAR deadlines extended again

While many operators seeking PSVAR-compliant coaches have acquired...

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Boost for City Sightseeing

Stagecoach London has significantly enhanced the frequency of...

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How public transport tied the Lea Valley into London

Title: Around Waltham Forest by Bus, Tram and Train Author: Roger...

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National Express revenues recovering

National Express Group has released a first quarter trading update...

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TYRERS TURNS 50

As the Adlington-based operator reaches half-century, ANDY RIGBY...

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Gillies gives up after 90 years

This 2005-built Temsa Safari HD was purchased when four years...

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VINTAGE FENTON FILE

Sixty-eight years ago, a Scottish operator still in business...

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Council calls Stagecoach services 'not fit for purpose'

An emergency cross-party Exeter Highways and Traffic Orders Committee...