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Although Glasgow was famous for its large tram fleet, which operated throughout the city and well beyond, for a relatively short period, trolleybuses provided a fast, smooth, fume-free form of public transport between 1949 and 1967.
This publication provides a pictorial appreciation of the routes they served, and the vehicles operated, in a city that has changed so much in the last 50 years. Many of the pictures depict scenes that are unrecognisable today, and the contents should interest those that study the city’s social history.
The material will bring back memories for older generations, and illustrate to others a form of public transport that has disappeared from United Kingdom streets.
Middleton Press is delighted to announce that the publication of our new album Branch Line from Leek to the Manifold Valley…
16 February 2017
Following the news this week that the Sinclair C5 has been reinvented by the nephew of Sir Clive Sinclair, Middleton Press memories of the original…
16 February 2017
The National Rail Passenger Network Diagram 2017 is now available,…
25 January 2017
On Saturday 14th January 2017, Vic Mitchell will be talking about the growth of Middleton Press in Petersfield, Hampshire.
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15 September 2016
Our Brochure provides a quick and easy guide to all our publications and features…
Our Index to Stations/Location provides a comprehensive printable listing of all…
Last minute checks are being made to the Index - but we attach here the latest version…
Our DVD List provide a quick and easy guide to our Railway DVDs.
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