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Trolleybus Classics

Wolverhampton Trolleybuses 1961-67

ISBN:978 1 904474 85 2
First Published:01 September 2006
Authors:Graham Sidwell
Series Editor:Robert J Harley
Dimensions:235 x 170 mm
Format:Paperback
Book Info:

96 Pages
120 Photographs
Large Scale Maps
Other details of local history

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This book is published to commemorate the 40th anniversary of closure. In 1923, Wolverhampton was the second tramway to convert a tram route to trolleybus operation. At one time in the 1930s, Wolverhampton was the largest trolleybus system in the world and everyone came to see how it worked. The book charts, route by route, the final years of the system.

Stations and Locations covered in this book:

StationsPhoto
Wolverhampton
Bradmore
Tettenhall
Walsall

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