Scottish Buses During Deregulation: Another View

Publication Date15th June 2019

Book FormatPaperback





Kenny Barclay offers up another superb selection of photographs documenting this interesting period.
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On 26 October 1986, bus services were deregulated throughout the UK, with the exception of Northern Ireland and London. Kenny Barclay, a lifelong transport enthusiast, amassed a large collection of photographs during this time, documenting the vehicles that could be seen of the roads on Scotland leading up to and after Deregulation day. Following on from his earlier book, Scottish Buses During Deregulation, Kenny shares a further selection of his photographs.

In this book, Kenny turns his attention to some of the smaller operators to be found within Scotland at this time and features some of the many varied and interesting vehicles operated by these companies. This includes Graham’s Bus Service, Park’s of Hamilton, Argyll Coaches, AA Buses and Rapsons. Many of the vehicles featured started life with one of the Scottish Bus Group subsidiaries and in later years many of these operators would either grow into larger operators or sadly cease trading. These photographs are complemented by a further selection of photographs of other vehicles operated by some of the larger operators.
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