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Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Where’s the double deckers for route 66?

Route maps of route 66
Screenshot from Traveline

Route 66 is a London Buses route that uses the A12 Eastern Avenue road which links from Leytonstone to Romford Station. The route goes parallel to the Central Line stations between Leytonstone to Newbury Park, then it goes towards Romford station.

Sunday, 20 July 2014

Video: Ride via the rural roads to Lakeside (on Route 370)

On the Wednesday 16th July, I have embarked on the journey to Lakeside to see the non TFL bus services at the Bus Station. I have video recorded routes 370 and 372 respectively to show the rural countryside of Essex. 

Tuesday, 15 July 2014

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Thursday, 10 July 2014

End of the line for AEC Routemaster's on Route 9

New Routemaster and AEC Routemaster on route 9

Route 9 has been called "London's oldest existing bus route" and the origins of the route can be traced back as far as 1856. The route was first introduced on the 1st November 1908 and was operated by the London General Omnibus Company. In 1933, London Transport gained control of the route as well as other bus routes in London.

Tuesday, 8 July 2014

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