Buses, Trolleys and Trams
Octopus Publishing Group, 2004 - 144 pages
This text, originally published in 1967, tells of the men and the machines which paved the way for modern road transport. It tells the story of road transport from the days of the stage and the long-distance mailcoach to the crowded age of the monorail, the express-way and buses that go by themselves.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - RobertDay - LibraryThing
As a child, I loved this book. I would bring it out from our local library time and again. Although my father was a railwayman - which influenced my later interest in railways, though only after he ... Read full review