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1856-1956 The London General Omnibus Company was formed. The coloured illustration shows a comparison in size between the trolleybus horse-drawn of 1856 and the New Routemaster of 1956. When the company started its operations, the bus had only twelve passengers inside, six a side, facing each other, with room for ten more on the roof. Power came from two horses compared with the Routemaster`s engine-power of 125-horsepower. We have alarge stock of colured Images, click on Requst Button for prints, we will try to supply your requirements. Single copies or choice of 1000s can be down loaded on request, own use only. Alternatively, each A3 print can be ordered online now.
|Dimensions||45 × 35 × 16 mm|
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