The city of Glasgow lays claim to a rich road transport heritage that is both fascinating and unique. Home to one of the United Kingdom’s largest tramway networks, it was also the country’s last new trolleybus operator from 1949, making it a mecca for road transport enthusiasts. Although the tramway network was ultimately sacrificed in favor of suburban electrification on the railways in 1962, with the trolleybus network following in 1967, these systems represented one of the most crucial transport networks in the country. This bright new color album features all aspects of the beautiful city of Glasgow, looking back at days gone by and capturing many long-lost scenes. An excellent follow-up to the highly successful Streets of Glasgow, this new book is fully illustrated with a stunning range of color views supplemented by an excellent text, and is certain to be sought after by road transport enthusiasts nationwide.