Since 1990, there have been a number of major changes to bus operations in the East Anglia region. Major operators have continued to grow, while some independent operators that had come into existence as a result of deregulation in 1986 have since diminished or vanished entirely. Despite this, a wide variety of operators can still be found, most of whom are featured here with a plethora of different liveries and styles that have come and gone. The period has also seen the advent of the low-floor bus, which is also covered here.
Utilising a wealth of previously unpublished images, local bus enthusiast David Moth looks at how East Anglia's buses have changed since 1990 across an area including Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Suffolk and northern Essex.
David Moth is a keen photographer of many subjects, but mainly of buses and trains. This interest in buses and railways has led him to photograph both subjects throughout Britain. Other interests include Real Ale, science fiction novels, football and astronomy (particularly planets, exoplanets and Kuiper belt objects.) He is also very keen on progressive rock, old and new.