The BUS-STOP is an outsider's view of London Transport buses, mainly in the 1930-1980 era.
Whats at the bus stop:
East Grinstead Running Day. More pages will follow as I find time to do them.
12th March 2015 I totally forgot this rather larger one: Excel (Stansted) and TGM Essex
7th March 2015 Some of those SLF pages:
Along the way I have put together some more Dart SLF pages. Amber Coaches is up, and one or three others are almost ready, once I do the required drawings. Now its time for something relaxing, like reading Laurie Akehurst's Country Buses Volume 2.
9th January 2015 I am getting stuck into the 2014 updates, of which there are quite a few as the Dart SLFs continue their dispersal to the periphery or the scrap man. So don't expect to see much happening until the big upload, probably at the end of February.
15 December 2014. Bromley Running Day on the 7th was excellent. A report is going up (you may have to wait a while for it to get finished!.
I enjoyed the Ensignbus Running Day on 6th December, and am putting up a report (in bits, as usual).
23rd November 2014. As a change, I have filled in a gap at the end of the pre-low-floor double-decker story with a few pages on Dennis Arrows, that were used by Capital Citybus (then First Capital), London & Country, and London Traveller.
Most BUS-STOP pages contain:
I do not attempt to keep the histories up-to-date. If you want the latest information, there are plenty of special interest groups on the net. For comprehensive monthly updates, subscribe to LOTS to get "The London Bus".
The plan drawings by Ian Smith are NOT scale drawings from originals,
but based on a few known dimensions and (usually) a variety of photographs.
In places inferences have been drawn where the photographic evidence is poor.
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