Recent, enlargeable photographs of our Routemaster Express buses at work, in reverse chronological order.
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Outside Camden Register Office's temporary site upstairs in Tavistock House, while their town hall is renovated. Tavistock House, Tavistock Square, Camden, London, January 2022 (© Timebus).
The historic fortifications are seen from the upstairs front seats, while Christmas decorations are caught in the clear sun. Portchester, Fareham, Hampshire, December 2021 (© Timebus).
A line of ecclesiastical buildings in this historic city with St Mary's Church by the bus and cathedral behind. Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, November 2021 (© Timebus).
Built with the entrance nearer the front, this Routemaster type does not need a conductor which means a more economical hire price. Upper Street, Islington, London, September 2021 (© Timebus).
After taking passengers to Sussex Yacht Club, our bus found itself with this lovely view of the footbridge. Shoreham-by-Sea, Sussex, September 2021 (© Timebus).
Rural farm equipment forms a picturesque backdrop to our bus in the leafy countryside, picking up from a B+B. Wimbish, Essex, August 2021 (© Timebus).
Parking is normally possible close to Burgh House (behind bus), being ideal for wedding ceremony guest groups. Burgh House, Hampstead, London, August 2021 (© Timebus).
Photos are taken on the steps while guests mingle before the post-ceremony, exciting, bus transfer to the reception. Old Marylebone Town Hall, London, July 2021 (© Timebus).
A Union flag flutters on the town hall while our 57 seat Routemaster Express awaits the wedding ceremony inside to complete. Hackney Register Office, Hackney Town Hall, Mare Street, London, September 2020 (© Timebus).
We believe this shiny red painted double decker lives up to the finest traditions of London bus standards. Old Marylebone Town Hall, London, August 2020 (© Timebus).
The chauffeur of this 1938 Rolls Royce wedding car looks over a youngster 1967 bus by comparison, for the guest transport. Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, August 2020 (© Timebus).
RMA 9 collects passengers from a flight arrival at the terminal, for transfer to their London hotel. A luggage van follows behind. Heathrow Airport (LHR), London, January 2020 (© Timebus).
Faster speed allows us to travel as far as historic Stamford to supply a local wedding with this couple of buses. Stamford, Lincolnshire, August 2019 (© Timebus).
The bride and groom are clapped by their guests as they emerge from the ceremony. Routemaster Express on the right. Islington Town Hall and Register Office, London, June 2019 (© Timebus).
Since takeover by the London Business School, the old Westminster Council House looks much cleaner and more elegant. Old Marylebone Town Hall, London, September 2018 (© Timebus).
Guests congregate after marriage ceremony inside the beautiful Rayleigh Windmill, which contains a museum. Rayleigh, Essex, August 2018 (© Timebus).
Shuttle service between two connected show sites on Valentine's day. Earls Court Exhibition Centre forecourt, London, February 2011 (© Timebus).
Bride and groom pose for wedding photographer beside various of our fleet. Near Northampton, Northamptonshire, June 2010 (© Timebus).
Red British design icons compared. Telephone kiosk no. 6, designed by Giles Gilbert Scott in 1935, and Routemaster designed in 1950s.. Soho Square, London, June 2010 (© Timebus).
Joining the circle. London Eye, London, December 2009 (© Timebus).
Routemaster Express (left) and Open Platform Routemaster (right) perfectly positioned. Syon House, London, June 2007 (© Timebus).
Routemaster Express (front) with even older classic car, awaiting bridal party. Middle Temple, Tudor Street, City of London, June 2007 (© Timebus).
A new year has dawned. Trafalgar Square, London, January 2006 (© Timebus).
Happy couple pose for photos by bonnet. St. Mary the Virgin Church, Stanwell, London, August 2005 (© Timebus).
Routemaster Express (behind) and Open Topper with Doors (right; under IoD flag). The Institute of Directors, Pall Mall, St James', London, July 2002 (© Timebus).
Before stone cleaning transformed the building's appearance. Routemaster Express (front) and Open Topper with Doors (behind). St. Paul's Cathedral, London, July 2002 (© Timebus).
Ferris wheel dwarfs double decker. London Eye, London, May 2002 (© Timebus).
Bus reflection in wet road. Near Priory Church of St. Bartholomew the Great, Smithfield, London, 2002 (© Timebus).