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There is a lot of material relating to Buses/Trams/Trolleybuses, ie.

Magazine references, websites, books, to name but a few, the list that follows is by no means a complete one.

However, it is a start, and we all have to start somewhere.

We would therefore be very grateful for further contributions from everyone who reads this page. Reviews on any of the books/articles are also very welcome.

The relevant records of Bus Bodies/Busaf are also incorporated.

Of the 861 double-deck trolleybuses that ran outside Britain, no less than 522 were to be found in South Africa.

Spain came next, with 172; Portugal had 50; Sydney and Adelaide operated 59 between them; Sri Lanka ran to 35.

One of the vehicles pictured was part of an order for Johannesburg diverted in the early days of World War II to London Transport, who numbered it 1745.

Another, LT 1749, was supposed to have gone to Durban.

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