Crosville Enthusiast Club (1967)
The web owner is a pleased to be an active member of the Crosville Enthusiasts Club <<crosville-ec.org.uk>>. The Club produces a monthly magazine called the 'Review' which includes interesting articles on Crosville and also looks in detail at the current scene of service and vehicle news of the successor operators and others covering the previous operating area of Crosville. The Club also organises tours (pandemics allowing) normally using vintage vehicles and these tours often visit former Crosville Routes long abandoned.
In the research for these pages reference was made to various books listed below for which acknowledgement is readily and gratefully made. The pages in the website are not a full account of Crosville (or other bus and coach operators) and visitors to these pages may wish to consult some of these books for more details.
Crosville - The Sowing and The Harvest --- W J Crosland Taylor (written by a member of the founding family)
State Owned Without Tears --- W J Crosland Taylor (The Story of Crosville 1948-1953)
Crosville Part 1 - The First 40 Years --- Carroll and Roberts
Crosville Motor Services 2: 1945 - 1990 --- Duncan Roberts
Crosville 3: The Successors 1986-2001 --- Duncan Roberts
A Fleet history of Crosville Motor Services Ltd and its predecessors Part 1 (1910-1948) --- The PSV Circle [PC30]
Fleet History of Crosville Wales Limited --- The PSV Circle [PC27]
(Also earlier versions of the PSV Circle publication were consulted including [PC8] 1935-1952 and [PC15] 1953-1981)
Crosville on Merseyside --- T B Maund FCIT
A history of Crosville Motor Services --- R C Anderson
Crosville Motor Services 1911-1990 --- The Local Transport History Library <<available to download from www.lthlibrary.org.uk/>>
In addition to the information within my pages - in particular the details of Crosville Wales depots - there is also a site CrosvilleDepots.com which has information on the various depots that were used by Crosville and their successors.