‘Trams and Trolleybuses in Doncaster’ is the first book in the new series ‘Transport Through The Ages’, brought to you by Wharncliffe Books.
This delightful book traces the nostalgic journey of the trams, as a centenary history.
In Doncaster, on June 2nd 1902, two major events took place; the peace agreement marking the end of the Boer War was celebrated and the town’s electric tramways were opened.
Richard Buckley’s focus is obviously at the local level and how this astounding advent of mechanised urban transport was of great significance to the local residents of Doncaster.
This authorative text tells the story of trams and trolleybuses and with 135 pictures that have never before been published this is a truly unique history.
The fascinating pictures give you an impression of just how the people and places of that time have changed.
Take yourself on a nostalgic journey, and see how the transitions have taken place through Doncaster, as you read ‘Trams and Trolley Buses in Doncaster’.
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