British Built Buses Abroad in the 1980s

British Built Buses Abroad in the 1980s

Many were still in their almost original condition at the start of the 1980s. The story of British-built buses abroad by no means ends in the 1980s but by then some of the other European bus builders such as MAN, Mercedes, ...

Author: Mike Rhodes

Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited

ISBN: 9781445690216

Category: Transportation

Page: 96

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Previously unpublished images of British buses in Canada, Macau, India South Africa, Portugal and Hong Kong.
Categories: Transportation

British Built Buses Abroad in The 1980s

British Built Buses Abroad in The 1980s

This book features previously unpublished photographs of British buses in China, India, South Africa, Portugal and Hong Kong.

Author: Mike Rhodes

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ISBN: 1445690209

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Page: 96

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Like the railway industry in the nineteenth century, Britain was a major player in supplying the world with buses, particularly double-deckers. The principal contributors in the mid-twentieth century were AEC, Daimler and Leyland Motors. Buses were exported throughout the world either as complete vehicles or as a chassis with locally assembled bodywork completing the bus.Featured here are previously unpublished photographs of British buses in Canada, China, India South Africa, Portugal and Hong Kong.
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A Z of British Trolleybuses

A Z of British Trolleybuses

There were many places in the London area where trolleybuses provided an intensive service. ... should be aware that this work is about trolleybuses that operated in Britain; any home-built chassis for operators abroad are not included, ...

Author: Stephen Lockwood

Publisher: The Crowood Press

ISBN: 9781785002892

Category: Transportation

Page: 224

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In the last century, the trolleybus developed into a successful provider of public transport in many towns and cities around Britain. It is often described as being part tram and part motorbus. The trolleybus was a fast vehicle whose acceleration from rest was far superior to that of any motorbus. Added to this it was quiet and fume-free, and consumed home-produced electricity generated using coal. During the last twenty years, there have been many books about trolleybuses published, but hardly any of these has tackled the subject from the vehicle manufacturers' angle, instead concentrating on individual trolleybus systems. This volume is, therefore, a summary of the British trolleybus, describing each manufacturer and its products, and then showing what happened to these vehicles throughout their life. It contains an alphabetical listing of all the manufacturers, detailing company history and trolleybus types produced including production totals. A second alphabetical company-by-company listing gives full details of every trolleybus built for British use, including data such as chassis number and any subsequent significant changes. As far as possible it is all presented in a non-technical way. This complete guide to the types of British trolleybuses produced, how many and their operational history is superbly illustrated with over 300 photographs, many in colour.
Categories: Transportation

British Buses Since 1945

British Buses Since 1945

A salient feature of current times is the economic climate which has caused bus fares and the cost of new vehicles ... British buses being sold abroad , the early 1980s , for example , witnessing Leyland selling Atlantean AN68 vehicles ...

Author: John Creighton

Publisher: Blandford

ISBN: UOM:39015013830891

Category: Buses

Page: 144

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Categories: Buses

Auto Situation 1980

Auto Situation  1980

Volkswagen manufactures / assembles cars and minibuses . Peugeot manufactures / assembles cars . British Leyland manufactures / assembles trucks and Landrovers . Steyr manufactures / assembles trucks . Mercedes and Fiat will shortly ...

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means. Subcommittee on Trade

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ISBN: PURD:32754078648973

Category: Automobile industry and trade

Page: 120

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Chapter VI: Japanese auto industry.
Categories: Automobile industry and trade

Finding a Role

Finding a Role

Competition for UK space between British and foreign tourists was not total: British holidaymakers made for seaside ... tourists in the 1980s to conform to the time-worn and civilized British habit of queuing for buses in London, ...

Author: Brian Harrison

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780192543998

Category: History

Page: 679

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In 1970 the 'cold war' was still cold, Northern Ireland's troubles were escalating, the UK's relations with the EEC were unclear, and corporatist approaches to the economy precariously persisted. By 1990 Communism was crumbling world-wide, Thatcher's economic revolution had occurred, terrorism in Northern Ireland was waning, 'multi-culturalism' was in place, family structures were changing fast, and British political institutions had become controversial. Seven analytic chapters pursue these changes and accumulate rich detail on changes in international relations, landscape and townscape, social framework, family and welfare structures, economic policies and realities, intellect and culture, politics and government. The concluding chapter ranges chronologically even more widely to bring out the interaction of past and present, then asks how far the UK had by 1990 identified its world role. Like Harrison's Seeking a Role: The United Kingdom 1951-1970 (2009) - the immediately preceding volume in this series - Finding a Role? includes a full chronological table and an ample index of names and themes. This, the first thorough, wide-ranging, and synoptic study of the UK so far published on this period, has two overriding aims: to show how British institutions evolved, but also to illuminate changes in the British people: their hopes and fears, values and enjoyments, failures and achievements. It therefore equips its readers to understand events since 1990, and so to decide for themselves where the UK should now be going.
Categories: History

The Rise and Fall of the British Nation

The Rise and Fall of the British Nation

When Labour returned in 1974 it quickly established a new petroleum revenue tax and a British National Oil ... Between the 1950s and the 1970s and 1980s, roads, pipes, electricity lines and bridges were built on a vaster scale and ...

Author: David Edgerton

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 9780141975962

Category: History

Page: 720

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From the acclaimed author of Britain's War Machine and The Shock of the Old, a bold reassessment of Britain's twentieth century. Itis usual to see the United Kingdom as an island of continuity in an otherwiseconvulsed and unstable Europe; its political history a smooth sequence ofadministrations, from building a welfare state to coping with decline. Nobodywould dream of writing the history of Germany, say, or the Soviet Union in thisway. David Edgerton's major new history breaks out of the confines of traditionalBritish national history to redefine what it was to British, and to reveal anunfamiliar place, subject to huge disruptions. This was not simply because ofthe world wars and global economic transformations, but in its very nature. Until the 1940s the United Kingdom was, Edgerton argues, an exceptionalplace: liberal, capitalist and anti-nationalist, at the heart of a European andglobal web of trade and influence. Then, as its global position collapsed, itbecame, for the first time and only briefly, a real, successful nation, with shared goals, horizons andindustry, before reinventing itself again in the 1970s as part of the EuropeanUnion and as the host for international capital, no longer capable of being anation. Packed with surprising examples and arguments, The Rise and Fall of theBritish Nation gives usa grown-up, unsentimental history which takes business and warfare seriously,and which is crucial at a moment of serious reconsideration for the country andits future.
Categories: History

British Business

British Business

... to developing countries made This was stated by BOTB chairman Lord with overseas governments . under the British ... the larger from aid funds , included : drugs ( iron dextran and the figure of about £ 1,000m in 1980 for projects .

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Publisher:

ISBN: IND:30000089513711

Category: Great Britain

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Categories: Great Britain

Overseas Business Reports

Overseas Business Reports

The Canadian Federal Government , seated in Ot- tawa , Ontario , is patterned after the British Parliamen- tary System . ... Textile yarns , fabrics and made up articles Nonmetallic mineral manufactures ( cement , brick , glass , etc. ) ...

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Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:31951T00153409P

Category: Commerce

Page: 36

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Categories: Commerce

Transport Statistics Great Britain

Transport Statistics  Great Britain

These tables are based on IPS ' main flow ' interviews , ie United Kingdom residents returning to , and overseas residents ... ( d ) January 1985 : Introduction of Capitalcard ( a joint card for travel on British Rail , LT rail and bus ...

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Publisher:

ISBN: NWU:35556020442901

Category: Freight and freightage

Page: 254

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Categories: Freight and freightage