|Title:||Trams and Buses in Burton: 1903-1985|
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|Publisher:||Carlton Publishing (November 1991)|
Tyne and Wear Trams and Buses in Camera. Victorian transport schemes 1863-1900: Trains, trams & buses : [history. Leyland Buses Since 1955. Buses in Action (Transportation Zone). Old Look Buses: Yellow Coach and GM in the '40s and '50s. Blackpool Trams Pictorial: No. 4.
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Trams and Buses in Burton: 1903-1985. David Stanier; etc. 1991. AEC Lorries in the Post War Years 1945 - 1979. Hants and Dorset (Prestige Series).
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Early buses and trams Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Early buses and trams from your list? Early buses and trams. by David John Trussler. Published 1964 by Evelyn in London.
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The ninth book in my round-Britain series deals mainly with Blackpool and its trams - ba.Originally from Romford, Essex where I travelled all over GB photographing railways (from 1962) and buses(from 1967). I moved up to Scotland in 1973 where I continued to record but now mainly preserved transport. The occasional trip south to see my favourite Bluebell railway and others was enjoyed. My main occupation upon moving north was for some time chasing A4 N. 0009 'Union of South Africa' on its many railtours. Visits were also made to the Settle & Carlisle and on many occasions to the West Highland line.
The book looks at the history of trams and buses in Kirkcaldy and central Fife as they emerge through old (and not so old) photographs. The period covered extends from the opening of the Kirkcaldy Corporation Tramway system in 1903 right up to the thoroughly modern buses you can see, and ride on, on the streets of Kirkcaldy and in the surrounding area today. The one exception to this is the first image in the book, which is a reproduction of a picture showing the departure of a fully laden stage coach in the town's High Street in 1824