Little Nippers were once a mainstay of Sheffield's roads.

Little Nippers, Eager Beavers and bendy buses - South Yorkshire's bygone transport: RETRO PICTURE GALLERY

Remember jumping on a Little Nipper or a bendy bus to get into town to do your shopping in the 80s and 90s?

Or maybe you preferred an Eager Beaver or a red and yellow Mainline service? We've dipped into the archives to remember what catching a bus was like in Sheffield, Doncaster and the rest of South Yorkshire in the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s - see how many of these you can remember!

The Little Nipper fleet in its distinctive red and yellow livery was a familiar sight on Sheffield roads in the 80s and 90s.

1. Little Nipper

The Little Nipper fleet in its distinctive red and yellow livery was a familiar sight on Sheffield roads in the 80s and 90s.
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The red and yellow Mainline fleet operated across South Yorkshire.

2. Mainline

The red and yellow Mainline fleet operated across South Yorkshire.
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Officially known as the Clipper, Sheffielders instantly nicknamed this service the bendy bus.

3. Bendy bus

Officially known as the Clipper, Sheffielders instantly nicknamed this service the bendy bus.
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A single decker Mainline service sets off for Charnock in the early 90s.

4. All aboard for Charnock

A single decker Mainline service sets off for Charnock in the early 90s.
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