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London General Omnibus Corporation horse bus conductor standing on the boarding platform of the bus, 1905

historicaltimes: “ 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.

Unknown photographer, 1895-1905 London General Omnibus Corporation horse bus conductor in bowler hat and long jacket standing on the boarding platform of the bus...London #UK

Unknown photographer, London General Omnibus Corporation horse bus conductor in bowler hat and long jacket standing on the boarding platform of the bus.London My great grand father was one and his father before him.

King's Cross railway Station c1920.

King's Cross railway Station The front of what was then the King's Cross terminus of the London and North Eastern Railway was built to the designs of Lewis Cubitt, for the Great Northern Railway in 1852

Karl Sander, a former German circus performer, demostrates his novel way of advertising as he rides besides a bus in Streatham in south London - 9 August 1932

Karl Sander, a former German circus performer, demonstrates his novel way of advertising as he rides besides a bus in Streatham in south London, 9 August 1932

Must do. First thing when I arrive. Great orientation to the city..... London Routemaster bus having its destinations roll changed in the depot.

First thing when I arrive. Great orientation to the city. London Routemaster bus having its destinations roll changed in the depot.

'Another London' - Tate Britain  Lived: Harrow on the Hill.   Road one of these in early 60's.  "wrong' side of road-very interesting feeling.

'Another London' - Tate Britain Lived: Harrow on the Hill. Road one of these in early "wrong' side of road-very interesting feeling.

A fascinating late Victorian view of Brunel's London Paddington station before it was extended on the east side with a fourth roof span.  The train is in platform 6 and the view is towards the buffer stops.

A fascinating late Victorian view of Brunel's London Paddington station before it was extended on the east side with a fourth roof span. The train is in platform 6 and the view is towards the buffer stops.

Bank Station, named after the Bank of England, opened in 1900 at Bank junction and is served by the Central, Northern and Waterloo and City lines, and the Docklands Light Railway.

A Willing and Company newagents and bookstall in Bank tube station. The Bedford Lemere daybook records William Dawson and Sons as the client.

The entrance to Blackfriars Underground station, 1924. | 38 Breathtaking Pictures From The Early Days Of The London Underground

The entrance to Blackfriars Underground station, 1924.