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Bus Coach and Rail Nuneaton and Hinckley District Timetable January 1970 until further notice by Midland Red1970
Bus Coach and Rail Tamworth and Lichfield District Timetable January 1970 until further notice by Midland Red1970
Leamington Area Bus Timetable by Midland Red1973
Midland Red Warwickshire & Oxfordshire Timetable by Midland Red1974
Severnlink The Worcester Area Timetable Folder by Midland Red1978
Nuneaton Area bus timetables Hunter by Midland Red1979
The Fast Way to Places in the Midlands; Midland Red Limited Stop Services by Midland Red1980
Ridercross your own local buses in and around Banbury by Midland Red1981
Rugby area bus timetables November 1983 by Midland Red (South) Ltd1983
Area Bus & Coach Guide: Birmingham and The Black Country, January 1991 (until further notice) by Midland Red West1991
Bus & Coach Travel Guide Winter '94 and Spring '95 by Midland Red West1994
Your handy local guide to bus times in and around the Evesham Area (including Pershore, Bidford on Avon and Alcester) by Midland Red West1997

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