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London Transport Museum and The Strand


Interior view of the lower deck saloon of West Ham Corporation Tramways double deck electric tram No 102, built in 1910, in the London Transport Museum at Covent Garden, London, 19th July, 2003.


West Ham Corporation Tramways double deck electric tram No 102, built in 1910, in the London Transport Museum at Covent Garden, London, 19th July, 2003.


Interior view of the lower deck saloon of London Transport class E1 tramcar No. 1025 in the London Transport Museum at Covent Garden, London, 19th July, 2003.


One of the Dick, Kerr power/brake controllers on London Transport class E1 tramcar No. 1025 in the London Transport Museum at Covent Garden, London, 19th July, 2003.


The entrance and stair of London Transport class E1 tramcar No. 1025 in the London Transport Museum at Covent Garden, London, 19th July, 2003.


London Transport class E1 tramcar No. 1025 in the London Transport Museum at Covent Garden, London, 19th July, 2003.


Interior view of the lower deck saloon of London Transport Feltham tramcar No. 355 in the London Transport Museum at Covent Garden, London, 19th July, 2003.


Pre-WWII buses in the London Transport Museum, Covent Garden, London, 19th July, 2003. The bus on the left is an NS type from around 1922, which is in its later condition fitted with a roof and pneumatic tyres. These were the first London buses with these features; also the first with windscreens. To the right is an LT type AEC Renown three axle /six wheeler from around 1929/30 which ran until around 1951. This one is in LT wartime livery with added wartime white markings on the mudguards, and masked headlamps. The NS also has an AEC chassis. (My thanks to LEDLON 89 for supplying this information.)


Lower deck saloon of London Transport Routemaster No. RM1737, registration number 737DYE, built 1963, in the London Transport Museum, Covent Garden, London, 19th July, 2003.


The Royal Courts of Justice in The Strand, London, 19th July, 2003.


A very ornate clock on the Royal Courts of Justice in The Strand, London, 19th July, 2003.
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