Wow a double decker bus, and a red one at that! The last time I've seen and ridden on a bus like this was when I was a kid.
Woah! It still has its LT roundel as well…. I bet it took a while to drive up there….'Anonymous Dave' x
…..and anyway….you were obviously interested enough to take extra pictures, so I'm not the only one impressed by our glorious transport heritage!
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Haha it was anonymous Dave, I have a few anonimi at the moment and I'm never quite sure who's who. I liked the contast of the red against the white Dave, and I do still after 2 years of it find it most amusing to see a big red London bus sat sitting in the middle of Rhonehouse.
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