The following LHRG publications are available; their covers are shown on the OS Publications page. In some cases, amendment sheets have been issued; these are available for download from the Amendments page.
Orders may be made by email to email@example.com and payment made by bank transfer to the following account. Please use your surname and postcode as the transaction reference.Alternatively, orders by post should be addressed to: LHRG Distribution Officer, Curry Farm, Halstead Lane, Knockholt, Sevenoaks TN14 7EP. Cheques payable to "Omnibus Society (LHR Group)" please. Overseas postage extra, please enquire via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Motor Omnibus Routes in London
Motor Omnibus Routes in London is LHRG's long running project to provide a detailed chronology of London's 'red' motor bus routes, from the start of motor bus operation in 1899 to October 1934 when the London Passenger Transport Board introduced its new system of route numbering. Accuracy is ensured by reference to original sources.
For the period covered, each volume details the roads covered by each bus route and route changes day by day, plus Christmas day services and special services. From volume 4, garage allocations to routes are also listed, along with details of road names which have since changed. From the start of the 'independent era' in 1922, volumes 6A etc cover only London General Omnibus Company and 'Combine' routes.
SPECIAL OFFER - Volumes 2 to 11A of MORiL (as below) £95 plus £10 P&P. See next re Volume 1.
Volume 1, 1899 - 1 Nov 1908 (2nd edition). 64pp. Sorry, the printed volume is now sold out, but a low-resolution PDF may be downloaded here. Alternatively, a high-resolution file may be accessed by contacting email@example.com for details.
Volume 2, 2 Nov 1908 - 1912 (revised edition). 78pp. £7.50 plus £2.00 P&P.
Volume 3, 1913 - Feb 1915 (revised 2015). 100pp, illustrated. £10.00 plus £2.00 P&P.
Volume 4, Mar 1915 - 1919. 132pp. £9.95 plus £2.00 P&P.
Volume 5, 1920 - 1921. 100pp. £8.50 plus £2.00 P&P.
Volume 6A, 1922 - Nov 1924. 180pp. £17.00 plus £2.00 P&P.
Volume 7A, Dec 1924 - 1926. 184pp. £16.50 plus £2.00 P&P.
Volume 8A, 1927 - 1928. 196pp. £18.50 plus £2.00 P&P.
Volume 9A, 1929 - 1930. 192pp. £12.00 plus £2.00 P&P.
Volume 10A, 1931 - 1932. 204pp. £12.00 plus £2.00 P&P.
Volume 11A, 1933 - 1934. 232pp, illustrated. £13.00 plus £2.00 P&P.
Amendment sheets are available to download from this site. Click here.
by Chris Stewart. Fully illustrated in colour and black & white, plus colour map
Published 2016, second impression 2017: 32 pages, £4.75 plus £1.25 P&P. Erratum (first impression), see here.
A London Anthology - selected Bulletin articles
To mark the 50th anniversary of LHRG, this illustrated anthology comprises a selection of the articles that have appeared in the Bulletin. A list of articles is here.
Published 2013, 108pp. £8.00 plus £2.00 P&P.
London's Forgotten Bus Operations – Public Motor Transport in Bedfordshire 1899-1919
By John M. Cummings. Now in stock again. 48pp. £4.50 plus £2.00 P&P.
Out of print titles
The following titles are no longer available, but second-hand copies may occasionally be found:
London Transport Second series bus bodies 1939 - 1960
The late John Hambley, under the title Transport Interest Publications, published a very useful series of books listing the vehicle histories of several classes of London Transport buses, including most recently the RT in 5 volumes, all works in which Alan Bond has played a leading role. This book forms the next publication in the series, and with the sad loss of John Hambley, the London Historical Research Group is pleased to publish the work in his place. Covering Body numbers 1-9232 including changes, re-paints & overhauls.
Published 2013, 142pp. Update available to download here.
A History of the Buses, Trams & Trolleybuses of Enfield & Edmonton
By David Domin. Fully illustrated, including 8 colour pages and colour map. Published 2014, 96pp.
Early London Motor Bus Registrations (excluding B-type). Compiled by John M. Cummings.
Vanguard: a symposium : an important chapter in the early history of the London motorbus
Amendment sheets reflecting corrections and additonal information since publication are available here.