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Wedding guests form a line down the famous steps leading to our retro Routemaster bus . Old Marylebone Town Hall, London, September 2018 (© Timebus).
A quiet day in the City, waiting for nuptials to complete near St Etheldreda's Church and The Crypt. Ely Place, London, September 2018 (© Timebus).
What better way to mark out the church with the wedding taking place inside?. Church of St Alban, North Harrow, London, August 2018 (© Timebus).
We hadn't heard of this quirky museum until our bus parked opposite for a marriage ceremony at York House, the other side of Richmond Road (the licensed venue for Richmond upon Thames register office). Eel Pie Island Museum, Twickenham, London, August 2018 (© J. Schofield).
Tourists take selfies as even a pair of Routemasters are dwarfed by Wren's masterpiece. St Paul's Cathedral, London, July 2018 (© E. Lanham).
Our double decker glistens with wedding ribbon sash over bonnet and complimentary floral decorations. Kensington and Chelsea Register Office, Chelsea Old Town Hall, London, June 2018 (© Timebus).
Guests file onto double deck bus after wedding ceremony in the old prison building (used for filming TV series Porridge). St Albans Register Office, St Albans, Hertfordshire, April 2018 (© Timebus).
Westminster Abbey vantage point; bus parked during panoramic sightseeing tour break. Tothill Street, London, March 2018 (© Timebus).
Gothic St Pancras Hotel contrasts to stone municipal building where wedding goes on inside. Camden Register Office, Camden Town Hall, London, March 2018 (© Timebus).
Sunlight glistens on sides of Routemaster duo, with wedding car behind. Claridges Hotel, Mayfair, London, February 2018 (© Timebus).
Double deck wedding bus outside municipal offices. Wandsworth Register Office, Wandsworth Town Hall, London, January 2018 (© Timebus).
Historic artefacts:16th century royal palace, gas lamp style street lighting, wedding bus. St James' Palace, London, July 2015 (© Timebus).
This property offers excellent off road parking, you could get a bus through that!. Our Lady and St Vincent Church, Potters Bar, Hertfordshire, July 2015 (© Timebus).
Not being a triple decker, this bus can 'only' offer two decks, but is still ideal for a prebooked visit to the Harry Potter Experience attraction. Warner Bros Studio Tour, Leavesden, Watford, Hertfordshire, May 2015 (© Timebus).
Wedding guests upstairs inside an Open Platform Routemaster. Barbican, London, August 2014 (© Daffodil Waves Photography).
Open Platform Routemaster headlights pierce the night. Edmonton, London, December 2012 (© T. Drake).
Pole swinging from a safely parked Open Platform Routemaster. St Michael's Manor Hotel, St Albans, Hertfordshire, December 2012 (© H. & I. Judd).
Proud crew member stakes claim to three Open Platform Routemasters. Kew Green, London, September 2012 (© T. Drake).
Bride and groom pose for wedding photographer beside various of our fleet. Near Northampton, Northamptonshire, June 2010 (© Timebus).
Open Platform Routemasters ready to take theatregoers home from heart of the West End. Shaftesbury Avenue, London, April 2010 (© Timebus).
Open Platform Routemaster waits time for prompt arrival after a wedding. Whitehall Place, London, January 2010 (© Timebus).
Open Platform Routemaster (left) and Exhibition Bus (right) duo at airfield event. North Weald, Essex, July 2009 (© Timebus).
Wedding Special pair, showing decorations. Chelsea Old Church, London, July 2009 (© C. McLennan).
Wedding guests head off to the ceremony venue. Balham, London, May 2008 (© Timebus).
Xmas lights by night in cityscape. Canary Wharf, London, November 2007 (© Timebus).
Christmas decorations adorn open platform whilst door persons guard. Honourable Artillery Company, City Road, London, November 2007 (© Timebus).
Awaiting the call to action, at dusk. Oakley Street, Chelsea, London, November 2007 (© Timebus).
The iconic arch of this famous events venue. Wembley Stadium, London, September 2007 (© Timebus).
Routemaster Express (left) and Open Platform Routemaster (right) perfectly positioned. Syon House, London, June 2007 (© Timebus).
What finer venue for a wedding?. Westminster Abbey, London, May 2007 (© P. Edgar/ Timebus).
Two together with wedding ribbons. Victoria and Albert Museum, Kensington, London, April 2007 (© K. Valla).
Snowballs and sledges complete the scene with red bus. East Barnet, London, February 2007 (© Timebus).
Undaunted by the snow. High Barnet, London, February 2007 (© Timebus).
Wedding party poses for group photo on steps. Islington Register Office, Islington Town Hall, London, July 2006 (© Timebus).
Two Timebuses and a taxi. Church of the Immaculate Conception, Mount Street, Mayfair, London, October 2005 (© Timebus).
Back end of a bus looks nice after all. Just Married blind. Mulberry House, High Ongar, Essex, June 2005 (© Timebus).
Bride and Groom visit top deck. Soho Square, London, May 2005 (© West London Photography).
Quadruple buses (headed by Regent Low Height) are still dwarfed by building. Banqueting House, Whitehall Place, Westminster, London, February 2005 (© Timebus).
Stately home courtyard houses double decker bus. Theobald's House, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, September 2004 (© Timebus).
Curvaceous Routemaster contrasts with gothic architecture. Royal Victoria Patriotic Building, Wandsworth Common, London, May 2004 (© 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).
Red sports car, red bus, bus conductor. St Simon Zelotes Church, Chelsea, London, June 2002 (© Timebus).
Tudor frontage and City of London lion feature. Staple Inn, High Holborn, London, March 2002 (© Timebus).
Bus in road to the Crypt and St Etheldreda's Church. Ely Place, London, January 2002 (© Timebus).
Trip to the pub. Open Platform Routemaster (front) and Open Topper with Doors (behind).. Fallow Buck PH, Enfield, London, September 1999 (© Timebus).