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THE SHORT AND LONG HISTORIES OF 22 TROLLEYBUS TOWNS

Titles: British Trolleybus Systems London & South-East England...

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Germans agree on €9 flat ticket replacement

German politicians have agreed on a follow-up to the popular...

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RT PROVIDES TEXAS CIDER DRINKERS WITH THEIR SKELETON SERVICE

More remarkable still is the survival of ex-London Transport...

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LIFE PEERAGE FOR SIR PETER HENDY

Sir Peter Hendy is to be conferred a life peerage. He will sit...

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THE DECLINE OF INTER-URBAN BUS SERVICES

It’s an inescapable fact that bus services throughout the UK...

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LONDON BUS MUSEUM LAUNCHES RESTORED DENNIS

The London Bus Museum’s autumn Transportfest saw the relaunch...

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SUDDEN CUTS BY STAGECOACH EAST

With only six weeks’ notice, 20 Stagecoach East bus routes...

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NO CAUSE FOR WHELMING IN DOWNTOWN SANTA FE

Timetable displays, current or out-of-date, are among the many...

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KING ALFRED TRIO RETRACES ITS 100-YEAR-OLD ROUTES

Three of the oldest vehicles in the 15-strong Friends of King...

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Strikes spread south, as Government proposes legislation

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