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WITH THE IMPENDING DEMISE OF THE STA
An opportunity to be reminded of the history of Government Bus services Before it has ceases to exist!
by Greg J Travers
published by Sydney Bus and Truck Museum, 2007. 106 pages
All colour except for B&W historic photos. Many maps and drawings
COMMEMORATING 75 YEARS OF BUS OPERATION BY NSW GOV'T.
the early days of the bus service from hot lunches at the bus depot to accidents throughout the city including a double-decker bus which crashed into Circular Quay the photography is truly well worth a look for both Adults and Children alike.
WAS $49.95 NOW $20.00
1/64 SCALE MODEL
MADE IN THAILAND
A VERY FAMILIAR SIGHT ON AUSTRALIAN ROADS AND ON THE NIGHTLY NEWS BULLETINS
NOT QUITE A COLLECTORS MODEL BUT AN EXAMPLE OF A COMPANY WELL KNOWN WITH A VERY LONG HISTORY
Sydney Leyland Worldmaster ERT 333 Fine resin model of a typical Sydney underfloor engined bus of the 1960s. No. 3333 shows destination Epping route 290 from City. Depot run plate shows Willoughby M45
Very precise detail. Second series of underfloor designs, having sliding standee window above the main window . Engine was 11.3 litre Leyland with pneumocyclic electrically controlled transmission. The destination display at the front is the later three window style, advising "Pay as You Enter".
Reduced Price to clear
NEAR SIDE MIRROR MISSING PERFECT CONDITION OTHERWISE ONE ONLY AVAILABLE
Breaking new ground, our first FIVE e-Books which you can read on the go as if it were a regular book.
Now followed by our magazines on a USB.
A selection of Sydney (and other places) tram, trolleybus and bus pictures, maps, handbills, press clippings, and other ephemera from John’s extensive collection, all one on memory stick. Contains all the previous three bus CDs plus the tram CD.
THESE MERCEDES CITARO BUSES HAVE NOW BEEN WITHDRAWN FROM SERVICE.
THE VEHICLES ARE BEING WRECKED. THIS IS THE LAST CHANCE TO OWN ONE.
FREE DELIVERY IN SYDNEY METROPOLITAN AREA.
ELSEWHERE FRIEGHT MUST BE ARRANGED AND PAID FOR BY THE PURCHASER
The Museum has acquired a number of Citaro Headboards
Numbers 1321, 1330, 1353, 1354, 1358, 1361, 1374, 1400.
Please Contact the Museum if Interested www.shop@sydneybusmuseum
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JUST PUBLISHED BY THE AUTHOR
VERY LIMITED PRINT NUMBER!
Available NOW, if you're interested in the history of Tasmanian bus building at Kingston, this book is the Encyclopedia of Ansair, written by ex employee Grant Wise. This book covers the history of the factory and buses built there from 1987.
166 pages Over 300 photos All Colour except historic B&W
Caitlin & Mum are meeting Pop at the big train station in the City.
Caitlin can't wait to see her Pop. He's coming from the bush.
They travel on Trams Trains and Ferries.
An Illustrated book for Children 3 to 8 Years
Full Colour, Soft cover