Over the Sea to Skye (Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust)

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An illustrated history of the UK’s longest stage carriage bus route from Glasgow to Uig on the Isle of Skye from the 1950s to the present day. Includes detailed descriptions of the route and how it operates, copies of old timetables, and photos illustrating the variety of vehicles to have been used on the route over the years. Includes a timeline listing the main developments and changes in ownership of the service from 1952 to 2020 and a double page spread on the opening of the Skye Bridge in 1995 which eliminated the need for the coaches to cross from the mainland to Skye by ferry. Through coach services to and from London and Corby, an industrial town with a large Scottish population, are also illustrated.

Over 150 photos, mostly colour. 144 pages.

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