Sussex operator Steve Dine has spent the lockdown period writing two classic transport books, which have just been published. “I had spent years researching the books,” said Steve, who runs Essex-based Empress Coaches.
Andy Izatt reviews two new releases from Venture Publications
Two recently published titles from Colourpoint Creative in its Irish Bus Photographers series are Irish Buses 2012-2017 by Paul Savage and Richard Newman’s Irish Buses in the Mid-1960s A Return Journey. Paul’s book is priced […]
Andy Izatt reviews three recently published, but very different books that could all make ideal last minute Christmas presents Guy Motors Buses and Coaches
York Pullman – 1926 to 1985 by Stuart Emmett, priced £10.95, is a pictorial survey of the well-known independent that was owned primarily by the Foxton family until sale to Reynard Coaches in January 1985.
Bob Hind charts his long industry career in With the benefit of Hindsight published by Venture Publications, price £20. “In my home town of West Bromwich, the blue/green and cream buses were to impress themselves […]
Former conductor and driver Desmond Ward is the author of Bring on the Blacks published by SilverWood Books, price £9.99, a work of fiction that helps to retell the story of Bristol Omnibus’ ban on […]
Venture Publishing has published Volume 3 of Geoffrey Hilditch’s Steel Wheels and Rubber Tyres, price £20 and will follow that with Volume 4 in due course. Volume 1 and 2 were published by Oakwood Press […]
Transport Operator Licensing, A Practical Guide For Goods And Passenger Operators is published by Kogan Page, price £29.99. The book is jointly authored by barrister Astra Emir and Mike Oliver who is a chartered legal […]