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.

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…

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.

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.

London Country bus route 336 going under Black Horse bridge (carrying the Met line) near Amersham, mid 1960s Photo courtesy of Nick Vince

London Country bus route 336 going under Black Horse bridge (carrying the Met line) near Amersham, mid 1960s Photo courtesy of Nick Vince

The London Bus Museum at Brooklands, the largest collection of working historic London Buses in the world.

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