Melanie C new album ad on a bus, 2020 🇬🇧
Melanie C new album ad on a bus, 2020 🇬🇧
Feels like ages ago. I’m excited to be back soon eek.
London sightseeing buses are ridiculously expensive these days, and you can easily blow 25 quid on a two-hour trip. So why not try London’s cheapest sightseeing bus instead – the No.11 from Liverpool Street station. It’s just a normal everyday bus, and for the price of a single fare you can sit on the top deck and watch a lot of London landmarks go past your window. The route takes you past Bank, St Paul’s Cathedral, then along Fleet Street past the Royal Courts of Justice, Trafalgar Square, then down Whitehall past Horse Guards, Downing Street, Big Ben and Westminster Abbey. If you ride it all the way to the end then you’ll eventually get to Chelsea as well.
London l South Bank & Waterloo Bridge l 런던 강변 & 워털루 브릿지
London Bus Passing by..
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So I bought the lego london bus set with ad stickers you can place on each side and what better way to improve it than… adding dumb shit on it instead!
London Buses is the subsidiary of Transport for London (TfL) that manages bus services within Greater London. It was formed following the Greater London Authority Act 1999 that transferred control of bus services in Greater London and its surrounding areas from the UK Government’s London Regional Transport (LRT) to TfL, controlled by the locally elected Mayor of London.
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When I was in grade school, our class had a pet mouse, and on weekends we got to take the mouse home. One weekend when I was playing with the mouse, it became intrigued by my red plastic double-decker London bus, and after sniffing around, it decided to climb inside.
This was tremendous entertainment—until the mouse reached the front of the bus. Then we had a problem. The mouse couldn’t move forward, and it didn’t have room to turn back. It was completely stuck. I have a complete sense of panic. How was I supposed to bring in this class mouse back, stuck inside my red, double-decker bus?
my father heroically coming in
and saying, “There’s only one
thing to do, son. We’ll have
to destroy the bus!” He took a knife and cut the roof open. The mouse
I can’t tell you what a relief that was. But my bus was never the same. It really was rather curious; a bright red London bus with the roof cut open!
Of course, this made things even more interesting for the mouse. Before, the mouse had away in, but no way out. Now it could go in through the door and come out through the roof!
When Jesus died, he cut a hole in death. For Christ’s people, death is not a prison, but a passage that leads right into the presence of God. There’s all the difference in the world.
~ Colin Smith
“Nice to meet you!”
A wonderful mid-century London Transport poster by Victor Galbraith, 1958.
Wishing you all a wonderful Christmas from London
Out and about
Swanky Hank looks at some buses in the Transport Museum.
In London, England.
New favourite aesthetic: traffic lights + foggy windows
Some photos of mine in the print and online version of Time Out earlier this month.
2 July 2019