The British bus story, early "eightiesthe die is cast
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|LC Classifications||TL232 .T68 1992|
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The Barton company still exists today, having dropped "transport" from its title, it is known as Barton Holdings, mainly involved in property ownership. THE BRITISH BUS STORY EARLY 'EIGHTIES Written by Alan Townsin.
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The British bus story, early 'eighties by Alan Townsin 1 edition - first published in Express coach services were deregulated by the Transport Act under the Thatcher government five years before the deregulation of local bus services by the Transport Act This led to a flurry of new coach operators.
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The s were some of the most tumultuous years for the British bus industry. The Thatcher Government, in power throughout the decade, brought about privatisation of the National Bus Company and the Scottish Bus Group.
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The British Bus Story – The ‘Fifties’ – A Wind of Change by Alan Townsin. Published by The Transport Publishing Company This book is used but there are no obvious defects except for a minor crease to the bottom right of the rear cover. As early asLeyland Motors sold five single-deck charabancs to Lisbon Tramways and three to Cape Town Electric Tramways.
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