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As Britain emerged from the Second World War and began to reconstruct its economy, many companies both large and small used battered old buses and coaches to ferry their workforce to and from the site on a daily basis. This was an era when private car ownership was on nothing like the scale that it would achieve at the end of the twentieth century and the beginning of the twenty-first. In this book, bus enthusiast Douglas MacDonald looks at a wide range of companies, from large nation-wide firms to regional names to smaller operations, and the vehicles they used between the 1950s and the start of the 1980s to transport their workforces. This book, featuring previously un-published material, will appeal to both bus enthusiasts and those who went to work on these buses and coaches.