Classic Bus 120
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issue 120 aug - sep 2012
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  • Rural buses in Ireland in 1979
  • A look at Western Welsh
  • Every picture tells a story - a Devon General scene
  • London trolleys never die
  • Conducting in Glasgow - Hugh Dougherty recalls
  • In Derby & Belper - North's & Felix
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Classic Bus 119
issue 119 jun - jul 2012
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  • Pennine pleasures, a look at a great British bus route
  • Red buses down under - the Blue Mountain Explorer story
  • Loudwater's little bus - every picture tells a story
  • Death in Glasgow - the demise of Glasgow's trolleybuses
  • Ed Davies remembers Gloucestershire
  • A Lakeland success - 40 years of Mountain Goat
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Classic Bus 118
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issue 118 apr - may 2012
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  • What's in a name? Quite a lot when it's a Crossley or AEC
  • Part 2 of the Premier story
  • Leyland National is 40 - Basil Hancock recalls the prototypes
  • Back to Helmsley - part 2 of the story of Reliance in Yorkshire
  • AEC Regent IV & VI - Chris Drew illustrates another what if
  • More on Derby connections
  • A trolleybus in Bradford - every pictcure tells a story
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issue 117 feb - mar 2012
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  • Hunting in Yorkshire - we solve a mistery and discover a story
  • Arabian nights - storming across the desert, in style!
  • My favourite Royal Tiger - Michael Mc Ritchie's classic coach
  • Daimler demo in Sheffield & more on those impressive CD650s
  • Life after yellow - we return to the Guildford independent
  • Derby connections - that X63 from Kemp & Shaw
  • Premier of Cambridge - part 1 of the story of this independent
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Classic Bus 116
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issue 116 dec 11 - jan 2012
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  • David Harvey on Midland Red's D9s
  • The wonder of Westcliff, a look at the Essex operator
  • More of David Tiy's engineering adventures
  • Sabrinas, tanks, iron lungs: Ribble's lexicon of soubriquets
  • Advertising the past, British buses 1945-1975
  • Hunting pink - a Daimler among the hounds
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Classic Bus 115limited stock
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issue 115 oct - nov 2011
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  • Derwent to the Dove
  • Michael Dryhurst studies the topbox
  • August Bank Holiday 1956, a touch of the white stuff in Tunbridge Wells
  • Where Setrights still speed
  • Driving during the war
  • The story of the Silentrider
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Classic Bus 114
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issue 114 aug - sep 2011
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  • Mike Best's marathon in search of a Lodekka
  • David Toy on Atlanteans in the South & West
  • Morecambe treat, Roger Davies' goes on a
    bank holiday grice
  • Keith Ludeman's life on the buses
  • Every picture tells a story: a summer Sunday
  • Lovely Leeds Atlanteans, Tony Greaves' classic bus
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Classic Bus 113
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issue 113 jun - jul 2011
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  • David Harvey looks at the Midland Red D7s
  • Keith Roberts on a 1970s experiment
  • The other Alexander, variety in Yorkshire & Arbroath
  • Portuguese coachwork on British chassis
  • Geoff Mills tells the story of Eversons
  • Back to Brighton, Michael Dryhurst adds a postscript
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Classic Bus 112limited stock
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issue 112 apr - may 2011
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  • George Watson looks at the Paisley - Renfrew ferry road
  • Maidstone & District: Alan Price began his management training there 50 years ago
  • David Harvey & the D7s
  • Kentish hops, every picture tells a story
  • What if Bournemouth had sold its trolleys
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Classic Bus 111
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issue 111 feb - mar 2011
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  • The background to the BATS agreement in Brighton
  • The story of Midland Red's LD8s
  • Northern Roadways' pioneering express coach services
  • RTs caught in the snow on Blackheath
  • Trolleybuses in London's East End
  • The last open platform buses in Paris
  • Shops that used to be buses
  • Pool Valley at night then and now
  • Life after Midland Red
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Classic Bus 110
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issue 110 dec 2010 - jan 2011
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  • Olympic games - an integral that lost
  • From Edinburgh Castle - a hill with a view
  • A Welsh resort - a look at Porthcawl
  • Sheffield in 1960, the city's first Atlanteans
  • 2 bodies, 3 numbers - an Aldershot & District bus
  • A lovely line of LLs, a fantastic find in Bideford
  • Country town to channel port
  • Midland Red after the war
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Classic Bus 109limited stock
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issue 109 oct - nov 2010
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  • why First nearly wasn't
  • Meandering in the Welsh Marches in 1962
  • Midland Red’s wartime double-deckers
  • Roger Davies questions NBC's coach branding
  • A Ribble Wulfrunian
  • Donald Sinclair praises his drivers
  • A Ribble Wulfrunian
  • Every picture tells a story - Euston, we have a problem
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Classic Bus 108
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issue 108 aug - sep 2010
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  • 50 years ago the M1 opened & Midland Red was on it
  • Part 2 of the story of Midland Red's double-deckers
  • The glorious colours of buses by the South Downs
  • Period posters - selling bus travel through art
  • An old Ford in a field in Cyprus
  • An ECW bodied D10 - Chris Drew wonders what if
  • A bridge in Selby – every picture tells a story
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Classic Bus 107
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issue 107 jun - jul 2010
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  • David Harvey begins the story of Midland Red’s
    double-deckers
  • Remembering Neath & Cardiff - a great British bus route
  • A strange sort of bus in deepest Devon
  • Stuart Poole’s early years in South East London
  • More on those yellow Wulfrunian demonstrators
  • Every picture tells a story - on the Tyne
  • Hulley’s old BMMO buses
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Classic Bus 106
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issue 106 apr - may 2010
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  • Bury's big hope - a Wulfrunian bought & sold quickly
  • the big white hope - arrival of Green Line's RC coaches
  • M&D's awful single-deck Fleetlines
  • Wigan beauties - the story of Santus
  • Every picture tells a story - Derby day
  • Wigan legends - buses, baked beans & JJB Sports
  • Birkenhead, Wallasey & into Crosville territory - Michael Baker sets out from Liverpool
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Classic Bus 105
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issue 105 feb - mar 2010
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  • A great day out in 1961 Derbyshire in a Q
  • When Russia bought an English trolleybus
  • Robin Hannay looks at how the Wulfrunian fared in service
  • Roger Davies discovered some gems running in New York
  • David Cox remembers Freddie Wood’s days at NBC
  • A new book about the colourful West Midlands
  • A new book about independents in South and West Wales
  • Every picture tells a story – an OB on the open road
  • When Cardiff kicked out its trolleybuses
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Classic Bus 104
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issue 104 dec 2009 - jan 2010
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  • The story of a Coventry bus driver
  • Remembering school days on the Isle of Man
  • Robin Hannay takes a fresh look at the Guy Wulfrunian
  • David Toy on running coaches in Scotland
  • The story of how the Friends of King Alfred came about
  • Dave Williamson reveals more on that fab Ford
  • Every picture tells a story - at the end of the pier!
  • Roger Davies tells us about a laundry coach
  • More on those Gay Hostess hostesses
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Classic Bus 103
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issue 103 oct - nov 2009
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  • Michael Dryhurst remembers rather a lot about 1959
  • George Smith tells the story of the smaller Hartlepool
  • Michael Baker went to Widnes and snooty Southpool
  • every pictures tells a story - holiday heaven
  • Chris Drew recalls a Swift after it left Southampton
  • Buy me & stop one - a bus stop catalogue
  • Garry Ward talks about his obsession with Western SMT
  • David Cox on Birmingham new look
  • A colourful book about Manchester
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Classic Bus 102
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issue 102 aug - sep 2009
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  • John Owen remembers his time at Southampton
  • David Holding on OK's first 50 years
  • London's wartime Daimlers that went to Belfast
  • Michael Dryhurst answers a question
  • Geoff Burrows on the origins of a big name
  • a Southdown Commer Avenger coach
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Classic Bus 101
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issue 101 jun - jul 2009
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  • great British bus routes – the Needles, Isle of Wight
  • 90 years of Ribble’s purchasing policy  
  • 1950s London
  • Rutland & Rowe
  • Midland Red’s S buses part 5
  • every picture tells a story – Mill Lane Cardiff
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