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Cleveland, Bob Tuck, 1999 Signed & Dedicated by the Author. A general selection of classic lorries from yesteryear and super trucks of today. 10.5" x 9", 129pp, b&w with a colour section too. Some sunning to light coloured boards (Book ref. 873)
Cambridge, Patrick Stephens, 1986 Bob explains how exceptionally large loads are transported by road. 8.5" x 6.5", 136pp, b/w with sole colour. Small crease at bottom edge of card covers. (Book ref. 869)
Cleveland, Bob Tuck, 1995 Yet another 45 firms come under Bob`s analysis in widespread geographical coverage as well as by timespan. 11" x 8.5", 129pp, b/w ill. A signed & dedicated copy. Sunned spine. (Book ref. 831)
Cleveland, Bob Tuck, 1994 Once again delving into the archives of over 45 different transport concerns from days of steam to modern diesel counterparts, 11" x 8.5", 129pp, b/w ill. Another signed & dedicated volume. Sunned spine. (Book ref. 830)
Cleveland, Bob Tuck, 1993 Closely covering the period from 1940-1970 it tells of the background of over 40 different haulage concerns. 11" x 8.5", 128pp, b/w ills. A signed and dedicated copy. Good. (Book ref. 829)
Cleveland, Bob Tuck, 1996 Signed and Dedicated by the Author. Charting road transport history from the turn of the century to providing details of some of the 1990`s operators. 11" x 8.5", 129pp, b/w with colour section. A comprehensive look. In gd condition (Book ref. 858)
London, Quantum, 2002 Two smaller volumes bound into a comprehensive but general survey of road transport. In b/w mainly with some colour sections. 12" x 9", 320pp (Book ref. 820)
Ayr, Alloway, 1989 Heavy Haulage from a nationwide standpoint giving brief histories and lists of the plant operated by them. 10" x 7.5", 107pp, b/w ills, pbk sl sunning to spine o/w gd (Book ref. 854)
Cambridge, Patrick Stephens, 1979 From origins in the West Country to the main works in Guildford it is all here within 88 pages packed with b/w ills of lorries, municipal vehicles, fire engines as well as buses. 9.5" x 8" (Book ref. 833)
Nynehead, Roundoak, 1988 A pictorial review of road haulage in b/w ill with some colour. 11" x 8", 128pp, light sunning to spine dust jacket. (Book ref. 823)
Nynehead, Roundoak, 1989 A look at classic trucks in both b/w and full colour. 11" x 8.5", 128pp. Good condition (Book ref. 824)
London, Harper Collins, 2001 The full biography of the man and his firm with b/w ills, 9.5" x 6.5", 282pp. Good condition (Book ref. 822)
Knaresborough, Nidd Valley Narrow Guage Railways, 1969 pbk, 9" x 5.5", b/w ills Recalling an experiment in Road/Rail integration by the NER. This book describes in detail the services and vehicles involved. Card covers are sunned/glazed (Book ref. 389)
London, GWR, 1926, card covers (repaired/taped), 13" x 8", 24pp, fold out plan at back From the General Manager`s Office at Paddington comes this report on road and rail co-existence and services provided. As found all complete and now scarce (Book ref. 474)
Cumbria, Nostalgia Road, 2001, New, 8" x 8", 52pp with 4pp colour plate section Following nationalisation of British Railways on 1st January 1948 there was growing competition from private haulage companies. as part of an integrated transport system the post war Labour government strongly encouraged BR to expand the road delivery services that the former Big 4 companioes had operated (Book ref. 33)
Cumbria, Nostalgia Road, 2000, 1st Edition, 8" x 8", 48pp, b/w ills, New A sound introduction into the back-up fleet of mechanised road transport that was essential for railway companies to have reday at stations and terminii. (Book ref. 9)
Cumbria, Nostalgia Road, 2009, New, 8" x 8", 52pp b/w plates throughout Unfortunately this was the last book written by the Late Alan Earnshaw and it is one of his best compilations of photos of the former GWR road vehicle fleet (Book ref. 27)