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Dublin Buses - Old Dublin Town

Dublin Buses - Old Dublin Town

When Frederick Dangerfield's factory opened in St Albans, in 1896 it was the most modern lithographic plant in England. It specialised in printing large colour advertising posters and transfers for railway coaches, buses and trams, producing many posters for London Transport. In 1940 Dangerfield's was bought by Eversheds who printed there until the late 1990s.

When Frederick Dangerfield's factory opened in St Albans, in 1896 it was the most modern lithographic plant in England. It specialised in printing large colour advertising posters and transfers for railway coaches, buses and trams, producing many posters for London Transport. In 1940 Dangerfield's was bought by Eversheds who printed there until the late 1990s.

Beautiful 1948 Foden coach resting in the sun at Sandbach Transport Festival. 17th April 2011.

Beautiful 1948 Foden coach resting in the sun at Sandbach Transport Festival…

Lord K's Garage - #48. British Streamline Buses - Dieselpunks

This 1947 advertisement for the Duple coachwork embodies the spirit of the British bus design: In good old England there was a homegrown streamline style - th…

Flexible Coach discontinued this model in the mid '60s. However it continued to be manufactured in Mexico by Dina under license with Flexible Corporation for another 20 years.

Flexible Coach discontinued this model in the mid However it continued to be manufactured in Mexico by Dina under license with Flexible Corporation for another 20 years.

When Frederick Dangerfield's factory opened in St Albans, in 1896 it was the most modern lithographic plant in England. It specialised in printing large colour advertising posters and transfers for railway coaches, buses and trams, producing many posters for London Transport. In 1940 Dangerfield's was bought by Eversheds who printed there until the late 1990s.

When Frederick Dangerfield's factory opened in St Albans, in 1896 it was the most modern lithographic plant in England. It specialised in printing large colour advertising posters and transfers for railway coaches, buses and trams, producing many posters for London Transport. In 1940 Dangerfield's was bought by Eversheds who printed there until the late 1990s.

When Frederick Dangerfield's factory opened in St Albans, in 1896 it was the most modern lithographic plant in England. It specialised in printing large colour advertising posters and transfers for railway coaches, buses and trams, producing many posters for London Transport. In 1940 Dangerfield's was bought by Eversheds who printed there until the late 1990s.

When Frederick Dangerfield's factory opened in St Albans, in 1896 it was the most modern lithographic plant in England. It specialised in printing large colour advertising posters and transfers for railway coaches, buses and trams, producing many posters for London Transport. In 1940 Dangerfield's was bought by Eversheds who printed there until the late 1990s.

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