Bus conductors. The driver drove the bus and the conductor took your money and gave a ticket from his ticket machine... strange having to explain that to your kids

Bus conductors. The driver drove the bus and the conductor took your money and gave a ticket from his ticket machine... strange having to explain that to your kids

Hints & Tips for #Travelling #SriLanka  http://www.paulathroughthelookingglass.com/hints-tips-for-travelling-sri-lanka/

Hints & Tips for Travelling Sri Lanka

Hints & Tips for #Travelling #SriLanka http://www.paulathroughthelookingglass.com/hints-tips-for-travelling-sri-lanka/

Old UK coins - one penny, half penny (or ha' - pronounced "hey" - penny) and three pence (or "thruppenny bit").

Old UK coins - one penny, half penny (or ha' - pronounced "hey" - penny) and three pence (or "thruppenny bit").

I got one of these Cadbury's dairy milk miniatures, dispenser machines for my birthday. I have to admit the novelty wore off pretty quickly & refills were expensive and hard to find.

I got one of these Cadbury's dairy milk miniatures, dispenser machines for my birthday. I have to admit the novelty wore off pretty quickly & refills were expensive and hard to find.

Bus Conductors. Until the 1970s & early 1980s, conductors, or clippies, were a common feature of many local bus services. Two-person crews were needed  because until the 1960s, all double deck vehicles were built with front-mounted engines & a "half-cab" design. This layout totally separated the driver from the passenger saloons. The conductor communicated with the driver using a series of bell codes, such as two bells to start (the well-known "ding-ding").

My money journey – from gran’s shrewd savings to selling The Big Issue

Bus Conductors. Until the 1970s & early 1980s, conductors, or clippies, were a common feature of many local bus services. Two-person crews were needed because until the 1960s, all double deck vehicles were built with front-mounted engines & a "half-cab" design. This layout totally separated the driver from the passenger saloons. The conductor communicated with the driver using a series of bell codes, such as two bells to start (the well-known "ding-ding").

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