“Even if you have never visited the town, the story is a fascinating microcosm of the bus industry’s sometimes complex genesis. Put it on your Christmas list”—Buses Magazine, December 2003Published in 2003, the book covers the history of Stroud’s buses till the end of that year, in over 279 pages, with over 140 illustrations. It includes a 22-page appendix on buses used at Stroud. The book is currently out of print. Copies of it remain available on loan from local public lending libraries. Catch services 61 or 65 for Dursley library; service 69 for Minchinhampton; or 61, 66, 66S or 242 for Stonehouse. They are also available for reference at Stroud library and by catching the 63, 66 or 66S for the Gloucestershire archives in Gloucester.