Londons Double Decker Bus

Londons Double Decker Bus

London's Transport Red Bus was first London's General bus service before in 1933 the traditional Red Bus was synonymous with London's Transport and from there it has stood, along with the traditional British Red Pillar box and Red Telephone Box all have stood time and has given Britain its Bright red colour. There are many forms of bus transport but the most iconic is that of the double decker. The first commercial horse-drawn double-decker omnibuses were introduced in England in 1847 by Adams & Co. of Fairfield, Bow, then improved upon by John Greenwood, who introduced a new double-decker in 1852.

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