The wreckage of a double-decker bus which was blasted against a house in London during The Blitz. Passengers and driver escaped in time because they responded immediately to air raid sirens. Sept 9, 1940.
1930 AEC Regent I bus ST922 is the sole survivor of a Tilling ST with open…
1940 London at War - London Bus 1940 - Wreckage of bus leaning into huge crater in front of bombed out buildings, a result of German aerial blitz attacks during the Battle of Britain.
Lovely old Green Line bus near Romford Leyland Cub 1939
143-Hackney, Clapton Pond in the 1960's
London Country bus route 336 going under Black Horse bridge (carrying the Met line) near Amersham, mid 1960s Photo courtesy of Nick Vince
London Bus - Craven-bodied RT Bus
Holloway Road (Archway) looking north 1950's.
The London Bus Museum at Brooklands, the largest collection of working historic London Buses in the world.