Also don't forget the single front entrance with Emergency exit on the driver's side of the bus at the rear so that you can only see and access the front door there are still Quite a few of these across the UK!
Don't talk too loudly about double deck tramsthere are still UK lurkers who are yearning for a return of the traditional British tram.
On 12/07/2019 10:16 am, Prescott wrote:
> Really, wow! The double decker regime in LT certainly sound like they actively set up the artics to fail! There's nobody more deranged in the bus industry than a double decker enthusiast (the tram industry seems to be spared from them thank goodness). Give them a bit of rope and they run amok. Suffering from this in Sydney at the moment. Hopefully the pendulum will swing back to normal before too long.
> Tony P
> On Thursday, 11 July 2019 11:24:04 UTC+10, Matthew Geier wrote
> In the Oyster Era, the London Artics often only had a reader at the
> front door as buses were fixed fare 'tap on only'. If you got on at
> another door do you had to walk to the front to tap on anyway. (or
> The person who ran to the front didn't want to get pinged for fare
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