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Today's London Buses (ePub)

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By Reiss O'Neill
Imprint: Pen & Sword Transport
File Size: 48.4 MB (.epub)
Pages: 288
ISBN: 9781473869554
Published: 1st March 2021


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Today's London Buses, covers the London bus scene of the last ten years, including pictures of bus types used in the capital on its major services.

This volume looks at various routes accross London during this period and the variety of vehicles that have been used in that time frame.

Some of the services depicted in this book have changed, or ceased to operate, during the period covered in this book.

The author has set out to cover in broad terms, the colour and variety of London bus operation during this period of great change to bus services, during the last decade.

"A very attractive book for the London enthusiast."

West Somerset Railway Association

As featured in

Buses Magazine June 2021

This book has a definite quality feel about it, and enthusiasts of London buses will be pleased to have this on their coffee table or on their bookshelf.

The PSV Circle, April 2021 Issue

About Reiss O'Neill

Reiss O' Neill is a lifelong enthusiast who has worked in the bus industry on the New Routemaster, and now has a career in the railway industry, with a special interest in London and its urban rapid transit system. He has been recording the Underground, mainline trains and bus services, for the last twenty years, with his camera, covering the whole network across the capital. Reiss was introduced to his interest in transport, by his late Grandmother, who would often tell story's of her travelling on her sisters bus, during the blitz in Glasgow, and his late Grandfather, a London bus driver, who came to the capital from Barbados in the 1950's to work for London Transport.

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