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About Fawndoon Books

Fawndoon Books was set up in 2016 to produce and publish high-quality illustrated books on specialist subjects such as the history of bus operations in the UK.

London’s Bus Purchases 1946-1994 is our fourth title, and follows three other widely-acclaimed books - Scotland’s Buses in the 1960s (2016), Advancing in a Forward Direction (2017), and Glasgow’s Buses (2018). All four books are produced to the same high standard, with striking photographic reproduction, stylish modern design and informed, detailed content.

Not all our books will be about the bus industry. We will also be focusing on other photogenic subjects such as the built landscape. Please check our website in future for news of further publications.

Distribution

We do not distribute our books directly to the book trade, but instead work through a key partner specialising in book distribution. If you are a book retailer or wholesaler and would like to know more about placing orders, please go to our contact page and let us know your requirements. We will be delighted to discuss terms.

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About Stewart J Brown

Stewart J Brown, Fawdoon Books’ lead author and editor, has spent a lifetime writing about and photographing the transport world, specialising in particular in the bus industry.

He has written and edited numerous illustrated bus books for leading publishers such as Ian Allan and Key Publishing, including many editions of Buses Yearbook.

He has been a frequent contributor to Buses magazine, and has also served as editor, news editor and features editor on a range of magazines including Bus & Coach Professional, Trucking International and Recovery Operator.

Earlier in his life Stewart worked for Alexander Midland and Leyland Bus, and also spent periods working in the bus industry in Africa. He has travelled extensively, photographing transport operations on every continent.

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