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.

London double decker bus rest against a building ruined by a German air raid, Sep Passengers and driver escaped in time because they responded immediately to air raid sirens.

1950 Leyland Mann Egerton 039-UK - had to include this non-car on the board - very random and would love to own one! The front windows are fab! :-)

1950 Leyland Mann Egerton - had to include this non-car on the board - very random and would love to own one! The front windows are fab!

A bus lies in a deep crater in Balham, South London, following night time bombing - 14 October 1940

blitz bus - Bus had been traveling in the Second World War. time when London was bombed from Germany has been called "the blitz". This bus, I have fallen in the "crater" That hole made by bomb.

October, A Bus which fell into a bomb crater in a London street, the front wheels became locked in the hole and the vehicle had to be hauled out (Photo by Popperfoto/Getty Images)

Re-registered MCN 30K "The Tynesider", re-bodied 1958 Leyland PD3/4(NNL49)

Northern ‘Tynesider’ started life as NNL 49 a 1958 Orion bodied no 49 in Tyneside’s fleet

Re-registered MCN 30K "The Tynesider", re-bodied 1958 Leyland PD3/4(NNL49)

Northern ‘Tynesider’ started life as NNL 49 a 1958 Orion bodied no 49 in Tyneside’s fleet

Bus Coach, East London, Buses, Coaches, Britain, Trainers, Busses, Canisters

Battle of Britain 1940

A bomb crater in South London, of October The German bomb penetrated the road and exploded in Balham Underground station, killing 68 people. The double-decker bus that’s still visible amid.

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