Series: Midland Red Fleet Lists

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The ABC of Midland Red Buses & Coaches ([ABC series]) by Ian Allan1947
The ABC of Midland Red vehicles.1948
Midland Red Buses and Coaches Seventh Edition by D.M. Sinclair1961
British bus fleets; no.15, Midland Red buses and coaches by Ian Allen1965
Midland Red Fleet List January 1968 by Midland Red1968
Midland Red Fleet List January 1973 by Birmingham & Midland Motor Omnibus Co Ltd1973
Buses of the West Midlands 1st Edition by R Heathcote1975
Buses of the West Midlands by A. M. Witton1978
Buses of the West Midlands 3rd Edition by A. M. Witton1980
Buses of the West Midlands 4th Edition by A. M. Witton1980
The Official Fleet List of Midland Red North First Edition November 1981 by Midland Red North1981
The Official Fleet List of Midland Red North by Midland Red North1982
West Midlands P.T.E. & Midland Red Fleet Lists with Depot Allocations: 4th Edition by D. J. Slater1982
West Midlands PTE & Midland Red Companies Fleet Lists with Depot Allocations 5th Edition by D. J. Slater1983
Midland Red North 1984 Bus Book and Official Fleet List by Midland Red North1984
West Midlands & Midland Red Companies, 7th Edition by David Slater1986
Fleet Lists with Depot Allocations; WM Travel, Midland Fox, Midland Red North, Midland Red South, Midland Red West (8th Edition) by David Slater1988
Fleet Lists with Depot Allocations WM Travel Midland Fox Midland Red North Midland Red South Midland Red West by A. L Cole1989
The Official Fleet List of Midland Red (South) Limited First Edition by Midland Red (South) Ltd1989
Midland Red West Omnibus Fleet List April 1990 by Midland Red West1990
Midland Red West Fleet List including a brief history and depot allocations 1995 by Midland Red West1995
Arriva Midlands Fleet List by Arriva Midlands2001

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