Recent, enlargeable photographs of our single deck Regent Low Height bus at work, in reverse chronological order.
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The 'LT RLHs 50 Years Later' event organised by Timebus featured our red RLH 23 in the Spring as the UK emerged from lockdown. Clapton Pond, Hackney, London, April 2021 (© Timebus).
This classic British red London bus is at the media launch of the new Pink coach park for Wembley Stadium events. Wembley, London, November 2019 (© Timebus).
Representing 'fifties classic vehicles at the St Albans BID Time Turner Festival display. George Street, St Albans, Hertfordshire, September 2018 (© Timebus).
Stopping for a countryside lunch at a pub and hotel. Chenies, Buckinghamshire, April 2010 (© Timebus).
Waiting to collect wedding guests. Kensington and Chelsea Register Office, Chelsea Old Town Hall, London, October 2006 (© Timebus).
Quadruple buses (headed by Regent Low Height) are still dwarfed by building. Banqueting House, Whitehall Place, Westminster, London, February 2005 (© Timebus).
Flag bunting frames RLH 23. Ely Place, London, June 2004 (© Timebus).
Deserted streets in the square mile at the weekend. City of London, London, December 2003 (© Timebus).
Open Platform Routemaster (left) and Regent Low Height (right) wait for ceremony to finish. Westminster Register Office, Old Marylebone Town Hall, London, November 2002 (© Timebus).
Timebus' first vehicle, only 9 months since we began operating. The Lygon Arms, Broadway, Worcestershire, July 1988 (© Timebus).