Coventry, home of much of Britain's car industry, saw its first public transport in 1884 when a tramway system was developed from the city to Bedworth. It survived through the First World War but, for the advent of the Second, would have succumbed to closure in 1939. This first volume covers the history of Coventry's transport.
Roger Bailey is a long time Coventry resident and has built up one of the foremost collections of memorabilia related to Coventry's transport. He is editor of Diecast World.