"ALBION OF SCOTSTOUN" - QUOTES FROM MAGAZINE REVIEWS


"What an excellent book it turned out to be, clean, well printed and laid out."
[
Jeremy Bacon, Editor, SAHB Quarterly No.34, Oct/Nov 2002 (Society of Automotive Historians in Britain]

“…a superb history of the company which includes chapters on both the wartime and post-war military vehicles.”
[Classic Military Vehicle, September 2001]

"This great new book chronicles practically all models, including the various MVs... built notably during two world wars. Superbly illustrated with official and other pictures complemented with tabulated data."
[Bart Vanderveen, Wheels and Tracks no.70, published January 2000]

"This excellent A4 size book will surely be regarded as THE work on Albion vehicles. .... a first rate book about a major force in the UK commercial vehicle industry."
[Gavin Booth, Classic Bus, January 2000]

"This book, not to be confused with other recent Albion books, is one of the best books I have ever seen covering the history and vehicle production of a commercial vehicle manufacturer."
[Mike Sutcliffe from the December 1999 issue of the Leyland Society magazine, Leyland Torque]

"170 pages of pure pleasure for vintage vehicle enthusiasts."
[The Scots Magazine, December 1999]

"... this just has to be the book of the year. ... definitely a book that everyone with an interest in this famous manufacturer should have on their bookshelf, even the casual enthusiast will find much to interest them in this outstanding work."
[Richard Wade, Classic and Vintage Commercials, December 1999]

"This is a remarkable book which must be regarded as the definitive work on the subject, and a superb reference book."
[SW Stevens-Stratten, Vintage Roadscene, November 1999]

"It is thoroughly researched, has an excellent selection of well produced photographs, and is finished in hardback with an eye catching jacket."
[
Alan Millar, Buses, September 1999]

Funded by South Lanarkshire Leader Programme