North East Buses in the 1990s
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The North East is a region of great geographic, economic and social contrasts. Comprising the counties of Northumberland, County Durham and the former counties of Cleveland and Tyne and Wear the region has always been of immense interest to bus enthusiasts. In the 1990s armed with only his camera, an Explorer North East ticket and some money for lunch teenager Peter Tucker spent his school holidays visiting the region and recording the post-deregulation bus scene. From the smoky streets of Gateshead, Middlesbrough and South Shields to the gentler areas of Alnwick, Barnard Castle and Norton, plus everything in between, Peter Tucker was out with his camera. Peter Tucker provides a valuable record of the era's bus scene and will be of immense interest to bus enthusiasts and those with an interest in the North East.
|Publication Date||5 Sep 2019|
|Record last updated||08/08/2021|