26 September 2014

Kingsbridge Album: Double Deckers

The second set of photos from Saturday with a selection of double deckers taken by Richard Smith:
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Recommended Reading

  • HUMBER TRANSPORT: Kirton Kipper to Hibaldstow North Lincolnshire Council have announced their directly operated 'Kirton Klipper' service will be extended to the nearby villages off Redbourne and Hibaldstow from 24th November
  • DENNIS BASFORD: Another Day out with Dennis to Uttoxeter This set of images is to illustrate an article written for a magazine called ‘All Things Local’. This community magazine is produced and distributed from a base in Kilburn, Derbyshire and covers large areas of the towns of Ripley and Belpe
  • PUBLIC TRANSPORT EXPERIENCE: GCSE 4 Light Railway : Light Houses : Life Boats The highest difference between low and high tide recorded at Burnham is 46½ feet. Wow! That's higher than 3 double deck buses parked** on top of one another.
  • FOCUS TRANSPORT: Google Celebrates 60 years of the Routemaster The iconic Routemaster bus is being celebrated by Google with a special doodle to mark sixty years since it was first unveiled in London.
  • ANDYS BUS BLOG: Stagecoach announces new vehicle order for the X5 between Cambridge and Oxford A total of 18 new Plaxton Elite coaches will go into service on the popular X5 service which operates between Cambridge and Oxford. The vehicles are expected to go into service by the end of this year, delivering even greater comfort, along with free Wi-Fi and toilets, for the hundreds of customers who rely on the service every day.
  • LANCASTER OMNIBUS: Buses Coping Well with City Centre Closures The paper described car drivers as "confused" - which doesn't surprise The Man on the Lancaster Omnibus" as he often finds such people are "confused" - usually by things like red lights, speed limits and parking restrictions, let alone major roadworks.
  • IAN VISITS: New tunnel opens at King’s Cross station The complex of tunnels and entrances at King’s Cross tube station gained another addition recently, a stunning tunnel with a permanently changing lighting effect Brunels’s original rail infrastructure excavated near Paddington Remains of structures built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel for his Great Western Railway have been unearthed near Paddington in west London. Brixton’s Electric Avenue to glow again The first shopping street in the UK to be lit by electricity is to get a makeover after the Heritage Lottery Fund allocated a £2.6 million grant to refurbish buildings along the street. The new money will be spent on restoring buildings in the street to their former glory, and on a series of community projects, including a proposal for solar powered electricity

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