Pictures: Watford’s buses of the 1960s and 1970s

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Although the car now dominates the roads, many people still rely on buses to help them get around.

This form of transport will also bring back plenty of memories for those of who used it to get to school, to meet friends for a shopping trip or for numerous other reasons.

Terry Trainor became a member of the Watford Observer nostalgia Facebook group ‘We grew up in Watford’ during this summer and has been regularly sharing archive pictures of the area since.

Scroll down to enjoy a selection of the images that he has posted so far that show buses from the past in and around Watford on some routes that you may remember.

More than 13,000 people are now part of ‘We grew up in Watford’. You can join them via this link.

A 385a at Watford Junction in the rain c1970s

Watford Observer: Watford High Street 1960sWatford High Street 1960s

Watford Observer: 385 bus in Croxley View 1970s385 bus in Croxley View 1970s

Watford Observer: Garston Bus Garage in the 1970sGarston Bus Garage in the 1970s

Watford Observer: A route 336 bus on a busy Saturday in Clarendon Road in the 1960sA route 336 bus on a busy Saturday in Clarendon Road in the 1960s

Watford Observer: A bus caught in a traffic jam in Hempstead RoadA bus caught in a traffic jam in Hempstead Road

Watford Observer: 727 Green Line leaving Watford Junction in the 1970s727 Green Line leaving Watford Junction in the 1970s

Watford Observer: Market Street in the 1960sMarket Street in the 1960s

Watford Observer: A 347 at Bushey Arches 1970sA 347 at Bushey Arches 1970s

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