A Pictorial Review of Road Transport in the Capital during the ’50s & ’60s.
Arthur Ingram takes us on tour around London’s roads and streets and presents a whole host of varied and interesting commercial vehicles from around the country which were to be found in the Capital city during the 50s & 60s. He reflects on the many varied haulage operations and allied transport undertakings that once were located all over the greater London area, reminding the reader of those glorious days.
The photographs are, as ever, supported by substantial captions which reveal the author’s full understanding of yesteryear’s road transport scene. 144 pages of pure nostalgia!
Mint condition hardback.