Oxfam Bookshop Leeds
746pp 1996 Hardback
Very Good condition but missing dust jacket. Clean text and images throughout with folding map in rear pocket.
Volume 2 in this definitive history of local passenger transport in Leeds, England. This volume covers every aspect of the development of the tramways, trackless cars and early motor buses from 1902 (when John Baillie Hamilton took over as General Manager) until 1931 (when GM Robert Lund Horsfield died). Also covers the personnel, private competition, freight and parcel service, the Leeds-built Hamilton cars, the "Chamberlain" and "Horsfield" cars, depots and buildings, fare collection and tickets, timetables, and liveries. With rosters and car diagrams. Illustrated throughout with hundreds of black and white photos. With maps, including a large foldout map in a rear pocket showing the entire Leeds City Tramway track layout.
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