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British Tramway Company Badges and Buttons: Ashley Birch’s informative reference site about tramway uniform buttons and badges. Contains many historic tramway photos.
Bus Lists on the Web: Body and chassis lists from most UK operators.
Classic Buses: This site is all about nostalgia for British passenger transport vehicles from the 1920s to the 1960s, with an unashamed bias towards 'halfcabs'.
CountryBus: Peter Roberts’ historic and nostalgic look at country buses including Dorset, Somerset, Hampshire, Wiltshire and Lincolnshire as well as Normandy and the Faroe Islands too.
David Beilby Gallery: A wide selection of photographs, principally with a transport theme. Contains the road transport archive from GEC who took over many of the main builders of electrical equipment in the United Kingdom.
Mikes Bus Pages: Loads of black and white and colour photos from a bygone era.
Old Bus Photos (of vehicles pre 1970): Website for enthusiasts covering all things
bus related including photos, comments and articles.
Pennine Heritage: Launched in 1979 to promote environmental conservation plus economic and social enhancement of the South Pennines, this website is the home of the Pennine Horizons Digital Archive, which contains thousands of historic photos.
The PSV Circle: The PSV Circle was formed over sixty years ago and provides accurate and up to date information on all aspects of bus and coach operation in Great Britain and Ireland, and in other parts of the world where British vehicles are in use.
SCT’61: This website started in April 1999 and since then it's grown from a simple site showing a few bus photos taken in Southend to a very large collection of photos covering UK buses, trolleybuses and trams from the sixties and before.
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