Synopses & Reviews
The Twentieth Century was a milestone in itself for transportation history, and buses played a major role in the transformation of America. The Museum of Bus Transportation presents this special book about the buses that made a difference, from the first Mack bus in America, the famous and few double-deckers, postwar sightseeing buses, and the various innovative designs that defined the modern bus. Important models, manufacturers, bus lines, innovative features and designs are featured with captions presenting their contributions to bus history. With this educational timeline through captioned photographs, follow the growth of the bus industry from 1895 through the 20th Century.
About the Author
An invaluable source of knowledge on bus lore, Robert Smith is one of the few pioneers who spent countless hours getting the Museum of Bus Transportation in Hershey, Pennsylvania, up and running. With his help the museum can boast that it has the largest collection of buses on display under one roof in the U.S.