Last Years of the London Titan (Kindle)
Already depleted by withdrawals in the London Buses Ltd era, the Leyland Titan fleet of T class was divided upon privatisation between three new companies; London Central, Stagecoach East London and Stagecoach Selkent. Together with a host of smaller companies operating second-hand acquisitions, the Titans’ declining years between 1998 and 2003 are explored in this pictorial account that encompasses both standard day-to-day routes, emergency deployments and rail replacement services. Only small numbers remained to usher out the type altogether at the end of 2005, when step-entrance double-deckers as a whole were banished from the capital.
A good quality book, looking back at a time I well remember before I left London.Diesel and Electric Modellers United (issue 94)
Another well-printed colour album, the many informative captions bring these views to life. A must for all London bus fans of the 1980s.West Somerset Railway Association
Magnificent portrait of the time through an interesting collection of images.Miniaturas JM
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As featured byBuses, November 2019
Featured inPSV Circle, October 2019