Scottish Buses during Deregulation
In order to survive, companies had to work hard to win new passengers as well as keep their existing passengers. New liveries, marketing campaigns and new vehicles both big and small arrived. Most companies dabbled with minibuses - some even went back to crew operation, and large fleets of London Routemaster buses took to the streets of Glasgow. In this book Kenny Barclay, a lifelong transport enthusiast, shares some of his photographs of the vehicles seen on the roads of Scotland leading up to and after Deregulation Day, showing the fast pace of change that took place during this time.