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East London Buses 1990s

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East London Buses 1990s

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As Britain entered the 1990s, the character of East London was changing rapidly. The docks, once the mainstay of the area, had closed and the London Docklands Development Corporation was building a vast new financial district on the Isle of Dogs - Docklands. Further east, the new London City Airport, a university campus and new housing and shopping developments had arisen in Beckton. There was massive investment in transport infrastructure to serve these developments with new rail and bus links. Meanwhile the effects of deregulation, introduced in 1985, were transforming bus services, with many new operators bringing a wide variety of liveries and fleet names in place of the former red monopoly of London Transport. Then in 1994 came privatisation with the sell-off of London Transport in area 'slices'. With this, the second of three books featuring the buses of East London, Malcolm Batten examines the last decade of the twentieth century through a wealth of previously unpublished images.

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Stock Code: A8039.0
Author: Batten
ISBN13: 9781445680392
Height(mm): 234
Width(mm): 165
Page Count: 96
Publication Date: 22 Nov 2018
Publisher: AMBERLEY PUBLISHING
Publication Status: Available
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