Manchester Carriage Company

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The Manchester Carriage Company was established on 1 March 1865 to provide horse-drawn bus services throughout Manchester and Salford, in England. The company was the result of a merger between the competing transport interests of local rivals John Greenwood, Robert and James Turner, and Alderman Ivie Mackie.[1] It was merged with the Manchester Suburban Tramways Company in 1880 to form the Manchester Carriage and Tramways Company.[2]

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References

Citations

  1. ^ Gray 1977, p. 22
  2. ^ Gray 1977, p. 53

Bibliography

  • Gray, Edward (1977), The Manchester Carriage and Tramways Company, Manchester Transport Museum Society 
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