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Thank you Jo for this book, which I shall refer to again and again --- Watch this space."This is a great book and I can't believe the previous reviewers didn't say how funny it was.

They represent only a fraction of the designs that have seen service, but are part of an evolving visual journey that continues to this day.

Unfortunately the photos were unmarked and without captions.


We would thus be grateful if our more bus-inclined readers could identify the make and models in the comments. It’s time for the LR monthly meetup, which happens today Thursday, 8th September in Soho.

As always, these are informal affairs where the beer flows, offering an opportunity to put faces to the names of a few LR writers as well as regular commentors.

Such is the case here, where a recent visit saw the discovery of a number of old bus photos tucked into an old timetable book.

The photos help highlight the sheer variety of vehicles that have been used to carry passengers on London’s streets since the first introduction of the bus.


All are welcome, and conversation is often as much general as it is transport-specific.

It's the overall package that we present to other people and as such, makes a bold and immediate statement about ourselves so it's critical to get it right from the outset.


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