The years from 1969 to 1975 were a time of great change for buses in England and Wales as operations were consolidated and rationalised under the publicly owned National Bus Company. Many old, familiar operators such as Hebble, Midland General and Brighton, Hove & District were lost and new ones such as Alder Valley and London Country Bus Services were set up. Liveries were standardised across the NBC fleets, as were the vehicles being used.
This book was originally published in hardback in 2004 by one of Britain’s foremost transport publishers and is now available for the first time in paperback. It has been freshly designed but will seek to retain the author’s original text and illustrations