Image title: London Routemaster bus 38 at Victoria

London Routemaster bus 38 at Victoria

London Routemaster bus 38 waiting at Victoria Station. This Routemaster dates from around 1967 and is currently being operated by private company Arriva.

Visit the Save The Routemaster campaign website and sign the Save the Routemaster petition.

See all London Routemaster Bus photos.

Unlike in other UK cities, buses in London retain the red livery, which is an important symbol of London's identity. Not just the livery but the Routemaster should be retained in London. The London Routemaster bus is one of the reasons why tourists visit London.


London Routemaster bus 38 at Victoria



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