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Glory Days: East Kent - Glyn Kraemer-Johnson & John Bishop
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Glory Days: East Kent - First edition

2005, ISBN: 9780711030305

Hardcover, ID: 53698416

New York: Kensington, 1997. Hardcover. Good/Good. Used. Good/Good Jacket. The story of how America's big airline companies met the challenge of military service in World War II. By the time America went to war the Big Five domestic airlines - American, United, TWA, Eastern and PanAm, as well as small carriers Delta, Continental, Pennsylvania Central, and Northeast - had given up half their fleets and their best personnel to the US military machine. The author reveals the everyday lives of commercial pilots and engineers, thrust suddenly into the harsh realities of military operations, flying dangerous and sometimes secret missions in every theatre of the war. A fascinating read for aviation enthusiasts and/or military historians. Contains 308 pages, 23 x 14.5cm, with 16 pages of b&w photos. Ex-library, front endpaper removed, some library markings. Sky-blue boards with dark-blue quarter binding in good pictorial dust jacket. Internally, good: generally clean and unmarked in sound bindings. -Free UK Shipping, Kensington, 1997, Hersham: Ian Allan, 2005. The East Kent Road Car Co Ltd, one of the most important subsidiaries of BET, was formed in 1916 to bring together a number of earlier operators in the region. Based in Canterbury, the company's services covered a wide area of Kent bounded on the sea on three sides and by fellow BET company Maidstone & District to the west. The company's areas of operation included the Channel ports of Dover and Folkestone and this encouraged the company to pioneer continental coach tours - as early as 1919 - and the company also became heavily involved in contract work on behalf of airline and ferry companies, and the Europabus service network. In addition to these local, contract and international services, the company also ran express services from Kent into London. In terms of vehicles, the company's fleet was heavily biased towards Dennis and Leyland although after World War 2, it shifted towards Guy and AEC. Like other bus subsidiaries of BET, East Kent became part of the newly-created National Bus Company in the late 1960s. Following on from their earlier highly-successful books - on Southdown and Brighton - Glyn Kraemer-Johnson and John Bishop now turn their attention to East Kent. As with earlier volumes in the 'Glory Days' series, the book provides the reader with a detailed narrative of the company's history, fleet and operations from the earliest days through to the early 1970s when the company's individual identity was subsumed within the corporate identity of the NBC. Alongside the authors' well-researched text, the book includes c50 colour and c75 mono illustrations portraying the great variety of East Kent vehicles and services over the years. The 'Glory Days' series on individual bus operators has proved to be a success both amongst transport historians and locals; this new addition to the series is certain to further enhance the reputation of the authors as commentators on the subject and be eagerly read by all those who knew East Kent in the period or who are interested in the history of the area.. 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Picture Boards. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall., Ian Allan, 2005

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Glory Days: East Kent - First edition

2005, ISBN: 9780711030305

Hardcover, ID: 966710474

Hersham: Ian Allan, 2005. The East Kent Road Car Co Ltd, one of the most important subsidiaries of BET, was formed in 1916 to bring together a number of earlier operators in the region. Based in Canterbury, the company's services covered a wide area of Kent bounded on the sea on three sides and by fellow BET company Maidstone & District to the west. The company's areas of operation included the Channel ports of Dover and Folkestone and this encouraged the company to pioneer continental coach tours - as early as 1919 - and the company also became heavily involved in contract work on behalf of airline and ferry companies, and the Europabus service network. In addition to these local, contract and international services, the company also ran express services from Kent into London. In terms of vehicles, the company's fleet was heavily biased towards Dennis and Leyland although after World War 2, it shifted towards Guy and AEC. Like other bus subsidiaries of BET, East Kent became part of the newly-created National Bus Company in the late 1960s. Following on from their earlier highly-successful books - on Southdown and Brighton - Glyn Kraemer-Johnson and John Bishop now turn their attention to East Kent. As with earlier volumes in the 'Glory Days' series, the book provides the reader with a detailed narrative of the company's history, fleet and operations from the earliest days through to the early 1970s when the company's individual identity was subsumed within the corporate identity of the NBC. Alongside the authors' well-researched text, the book includes c50 colour and c75 mono illustrations portraying the great variety of East Kent vehicles and services over the years. The 'Glory Days' series on individual bus operators has proved to be a success both amongst transport historians and locals; this new addition to the series is certain to further enhance the reputation of the authors as commentators on the subject and be eagerly read by all those who knew East Kent in the period or who are interested in the history of the area.. 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Picture Boards. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall., Ian Allan, 2005

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Glory Days: East Kent (Hardback) - Glynn Kraemer-Johnson, John Bishop
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Glory Days: East Kent (Hardback) - hardcover

2005, ISBN: 0711030308

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[EAN: 9780711030305], Neubuch, [PU: Ian Allan Publishing, United Kingdom], Brand New Book with Free Worldwide Delivery. The East Kent Road Car Co Ltd, one of the most important subsidiaries of BET, was formed in 1916 to bring together a number of earlier operators in the region. Based in Canterbury, the company's services covered a wide area of Kent bounded on the sea on three sides and by fellow BET company Maidstone District to the west. The company's areas of operation included the Channel ports of Dover and Folkestone and this encouraged the company to pioneer continental coach tours - as early as 1919 - and the company also became heavily involved in contract work on behalf of airline and ferry companies, and the Europabus service network. In addition to these local, contract and international services, the company also ran express services from Kent into London. In terms of vehicles, the company's fleet was heavily biased towards Dennis and Leyland although after World War 2, it shifted towards Guy and AEC. Like other bus subsidiaries of BET, East Kent became part of the newly-created National Bus Company in the late 1960s. Following on from their earlier highly-successful books - on Southdown and Brighton - Glyn Kraemer-Johnson and John Bishop now turn their attention to East Kent.As with earlier volumes in the 'Glory Days' series, the book provides the reader with a detailed narrative of the company's history, fleet and operations from the earliest days through to the early 1970s when the company's individual identity was subsumed within the corporate identity of the NBC. Alongside the authors' well-researched text, the book includes c50 colour and c75 mono illustrations portraying the great variety of East Kent vehicles and services over the years. The 'Glory Days' series on individual bus operators has proved to be a success both amongst transport historians and locals; this new addition to the series is certain to further enhance the reputation of the authors as commentators on the subject and be eagerly read by all those who knew East Kent in the period or who are interested in the history of the area.

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GLORY DAYS - EAST KENT - KRAEMER-JOHNSON GLYN & BISHOP JOHN
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GLORY DAYS - EAST KENT - Paperback

2005, ISBN: 9780711030305

ID: 337878713

London: Finchley & Friern Barnet Operatic Society, 1987. CAST: Doris Sawford, Terry Daly, Jim Rumbal, James Inwood, Reagan Dees, Stephen Paisley, Pat O'Donnell, Chris Cope, Alan Bradbury, John Cole, David Williams, David Williams, David Grosse, Michael McPartlin, Mike Gilbert, Rosemary Fergusson-Taylor, Reg Roake, Chris Cope, Mary Griffiths, Peter Fidler, Alan Davidson. 8pp. First Edition. Stapled. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Finchley & Friern Barnet Operatic Society, 1987, Paperback, 46 pp, 37 black & white illustrations of artwork by 6 artists, from an exhibition in the late seventies. Internally fine, covers VG.. 21.5 Cms x 18 Cms., IAN ALLAN, 2005. Well illustrated history of this famous bus and coach operator - many colour photos. 96pp. VG copy in glazed boards.. 1st. Glazed Boards. VG. Landscape 8vo., IAN ALLAN, 2005

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Glory Days: East Kent (Hardback)

New title in the series on individual bus operators. Looks up until the 1970s.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780711030305
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0711030308
Hardcover
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Publishing year: 2005
Publisher: IAN ALLAN

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ISBN/EAN: 9780711030305

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