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Old Routemaster Bus, Central London, England     posted by www.futons-direct.co.uk

Old Routemaster Bus, Central London, England posted by www.futons-direct.co.uk

London fog: buses make their way through the misty conditions on Westminster Bridge

London fog: buses make their way through the misty conditions on Westminster Bridge

Or they could be like Chicago and be late so often but super random that saying the train was late is acceptable!

Or they could be like Chicago and be late so often but super random that saying the train was late is acceptable!

You're off on your big adventure, but how to hell do you get about you ask?  Don't worry yourself, Kinging-It has it all covered!

How to Travel Around South East Asia

You're off on your big adventure, but how to hell do you get about you ask? Don't worry yourself, Kinging-It has it all covered!

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

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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