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West Yorkshire Thirty Years Gone


It is now thirty years since the West Yorkshire Road Car Company's familiar red and cream buses and coaches disappeared from our roads. This full-colour album shows West Yorkshire vehicles in action in the thirty years leading up to the 1989 takeover by Yorkshire Rider. It contains 205 colour photographs supported by detailed captions and features locations and street scenes throughout the company's former operating area, which included route networks in the Harrogate, Bradford, Keighley, Skipton, Ilkley, Otley, Leeds, York and Scarborough areas. The book's author is former Bradford Telegraph & Argus newspaper journalist, Alan Whitaker, who covered the story of the West Yorkshire Road Car Company's last ever service which ran from Bradford Interchange to Baildon and back on the night of 12 August 1989.



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