In this book David Moth chronicles buses in South West England between 1990 and 2005.
This was a time when there were still a lot of older buses in service in the region in a variety of different company liveries now very much consigned to the past. Areas covered include Wiltshire, Dorset, Avon, Cornwall, Gloucestershire, and parts of Somerset and Devon. Operators include, among others, Badgerline, Cityline, Cheltenham & Gloucester, Smiths, Wilts & Dorset, Southern National and First Western National.
With a wide variety of buses and liveries on show, this is a nostalgic look back at an era of great variety in the buses of the South West.
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.