The Last Years of London's RFs and RTs: South of the Thames (Amberley)

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The London RFs and RTs were two of the most successful bus types to operate in London, with the types being seen on the streets of the city throughout the middle decades of the 20th century.

The single-deck RFs were introduced in 1951 and replacement virtually all other single-deck buses in London, with 700 being built in total. The double-deck RTs were introduced in 1939, with the final vehicle entering service in 1954. Both types operated around London right through until 1979.

This book contains a series of colour photographs of the buses in action around South London during the second half of the 1970s. Each photograph is accompanied by a detailed caption and an introduction to both bus types is also included. 96 pages.

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