Published to mark the centenary of the first appearance of the famous Bristol scroll, this book traces its use, first in 1911 by the British & Colonial Aeroplane Company, later to become the Bristol Aeroplane Company and finally part of the British Aircraft Corporation; by Bristol Tramways Company on its engines and vehicles; and by the Bristol Omnibus Company, where the scroll became its well known fleet name from 1965. The scroll also appeared on cars, Lorries, boats and even on pre-fab houses in the 1940s. It is still in use today for heritage purposes. Illustrated with a variety of photos in colour and a further 100 in black-and-white, many never seen before, this book will provide a comprehensive survey of what was surely the most widely used and recognised symbol in transport after the London Transport bullseye.
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