Locations- The picture depicts a bus stop, which is a common location that all of our target audience will be able to relate to. Moreover, its a location that is more likely for an encounter to happen which is why we would want to use it.
A Lambretta scooter with a custom-built VW campervan sidecar in Northwood, Middlesex. The sidecar was created by scooter fan Jay Dyer for his 11-year-old son Kaine to sit in while they drive around the country. Jay spent seven months welding and painting the one-of-a-kind modification in his garden from a 'skin' he bought in Belgium.
My generation: objects from the modern British childhood – in pictures
Fall of the Leaf; by Walter E Spradbery, 1933. Just as leisure travel into the areas beyond central London was promoted to increase revenue during off-peak periods, commuters were encouraged to live further out from the city in the new suburbs for commercial reasons. Posters advertising days out by Tube, bus or tram were prominently displayed at station entrances and on the vehicles themselves, reminding travellers of the natural wonders that lay in store outside of city limits.
London General Omnibus Corporation horse bus conductor in bowler hat and long jacket standing on the boarding platform of the bus. The conductor sports a Bell punch ticket machine and enamel licence badge no 9116. His right hand is grasping the cord which communicates with the driver. 11895-1905. London Transport