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Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Airbus A380 in flight C017 / 7889

Airbus A380 in flight C017 / 7889
Airbus A380 in flight. The A380 is the worlds largest passenger airliner and, due to its size, many airports have had to expand their facilities to properly accommodate it

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Tram in the Kingsway Subway, London, 1931, (1933). Creator: Unknown

Tram in the Kingsway Subway, London, 1931, (1933). Creator: Unknown
Tram in the Kingsway Subway, London, 1931, (1933). Kingsway Subway, the underground link connecting the tramway services in North and South London

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Trams outside the Islington Empire London 1 June 1936

Trams outside the Islington Empire London 1 June 1936

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: LONDON: PICCADILLY CIRCUS. View of Piccadilly Circus with the statue of Eros

LONDON: PICCADILLY CIRCUS. View of Piccadilly Circus with the statue of Eros, Angel of Christian Charity, London, England

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Double decker tram and Blackpool tower, Blackpool Lancashire, England, United Kingdom

Double decker tram and Blackpool tower, Blackpool Lancashire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: R A Draghounds meet at the The Bull Hotel, Farningham. 31 October 1935

R A Draghounds meet at the The Bull Hotel, Farningham. 31 October 1935

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Double decker bus outside Mumbai Municipal corporation building, Mumbai (Bombay)

Double decker bus outside Mumbai Municipal corporation building, Mumbai (Bombay), India, South Asia

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Double decker bus in front of the Bank of England, Threadneedle Street

Double decker bus in front of the Bank of England, Threadneedle Street, City of London, London, England, UK

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Double decker bus and Bank station London Underground sign, City of London

Double decker bus and Bank station London Underground sign, City of London, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Double-decker bus in a street

Double-decker bus in a street, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Guy double-decker bus HWO342

Guy double-decker bus HWO342 number: L1749 of Red & White Services in south east Wales and Gloucestershire. Date: 1973

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: King George V at Plymouth, c1930s

King George V at Plymouth, c1930s
King class locomotive number 6000, King George V, can be seen here at the GWRs Millbay Docks in Plymouth. It is seen alongside a Western Nation bus

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Weather London Smog December 1962 Traffic crawling along at 2mph in

Weather London Smog December 1962 Traffic crawling along at 2mph in the London Smog. It took the photographer who took this image four hours to travel from Bexley, Kent to Fleet Street

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: London Transport Bus converted into a mobile boutique Birds Paradise

London Transport Bus converted into a mobile boutique Birds Paradise, with two models modeling in front of the bus circa 1967

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Newington Causeway

Newington Causeway
An early 20th century view of Newington Causeway, a road in Southwark, London, between the Elephant and Castle and Borough High Street. Date: 1908

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Row of Routemaster buses at Chiswick bus garage October 1962

Row of Routemaster buses at Chiswick bus garage October 1962. Picture taken from window of Routemaster bus

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Doube-decker tram on Des Voeux Road in Central Hong Kong, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong

Doube-decker tram on Des Voeux Road in Central Hong Kong, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong, China

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Cleopatras Needle and Shell Mex House, London

Cleopatras Needle and Shell Mex House, London. Date: circa 1940

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: LONDON: PARLIAMENT. Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and Westminster Bridge crossing the Thames in

LONDON: PARLIAMENT. Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and Westminster Bridge crossing the Thames in Lodon, England. Photograph, c1955

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Victoria Station, 1920s (b / w photo)

Victoria Station, 1920s (b / w photo)
XJF294007 Victoria Station, 1920s (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; English, out of copyright

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: A butcher van and the number 21 bus squeeze past each other in the tight Farningham

A butcher van and the number 21 bus squeeze past each other in the tight Farningham streets. 1936

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Two-storied third-class carriage on the Bombay, Baroda, and Central India Railway, 1864

Two-storied third-class carriage on the Bombay, Baroda, and Central India Railway, 1864. Creator: Unknown
Two-storied third-class carriage on the Bombay, Baroda, and Central India Railway, 1864. [This type of carriage]...was first tried in the early part of the year 1862

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: In Central Park, 1904 (watercolour, gouache and pencil on cardboard)

In Central Park, 1904 (watercolour, gouache and pencil on cardboard)
985057 In Central Park, 1904 (watercolour, gouache and pencil on cardboard) by Shinn, Everett (1876-1953); 30.4x45 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: In Central Park. Everett Shinn (1876-1953)

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Trafalgar Square in London. Buses carry passengers around the square and Nelson

Trafalgar Square in London. Buses carry passengers around the square and Nelsons Column on a cold February day. Picture taken circa 1st February 1926

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Londons New All-Weather Bus, 1927, (1935). Creator: Unknown

Londons New All-Weather Bus, 1927, (1935). Creator: Unknown
Londons New All-Weather Bus, 1927, (1935). In July 1927, the London General Omnibus Company was granted permission to run their passenger services past Buckingham Palace

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Caproni Ca-48

Caproni Ca-48
Men Standing by Ladder with Woman Sitting in the Passenger Cabin of a Caproni Ca-48 Parked with Hangar Behind Date: 1920s

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Parking at the office JLP01_01_075_38

Parking at the office JLP01_01_075_38
BERKELEY POWER STATION, BERKELEY, HAM AND STONE, STROUD, GLOUCESTERSHIRE. Looking south-west over the temporary offices on the Berkeley Nuclear Power Station construction site

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: London, UK, Double Decker red bus passing in front of the Big Ben illuminated at dusk

London, UK, Double Decker red bus passing in front of the Big Ben illuminated at dusk

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: India, Maharashtra, Mumbai, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus a historic railway station

India, Maharashtra, Mumbai, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus a historic railway station and a UNESCO World Heritage Sit

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Captured English autobus used by Germans in Belg. [i.e. Belgium], between 1914 and c1915

Captured English autobus used by Germans in Belg. [i.e. Belgium], between 1914 and c1915. Creator: Bain News Service
Captured English autobus used by Germans in Belg. [i.e. Belgium], between 1914 and c1915. German soldiers in a captured English bus in Market Square, Bruges, Belgium, during World War I

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: The Manchester Three-Horse Omnibus, 1856. Creator: Unknown

The Manchester Three-Horse Omnibus, 1856. Creator: Unknown
The Manchester Three-Horse Omnibus, 1856. Public transport in the provinces. Among [the species of public accommodation]...are several variations

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: A London Transport double decker bus stopped on St Pauls Churchyard l

A London Transport double decker bus stopped on St Pauls Churchyard l. As over nine thousand incendiary and high explosive bombs fall on the City of London, 29th December 1940

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Burnt out buses and debris strewn across the floor of the Highgate Road Bus Garage

Burnt out buses and debris strewn across the floor of the Highgate Road Bus Garage, Sparkbrook, Birmingham, following a direct hit during an air raid on the city. 21st November 1940

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Station Road, Hayes, London, which has been highlight as dangerous to pedestrians

Station Road, Hayes, London, which has been highlight as dangerous to pedestrians and prone to traffic congestion. Circa 1931

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Christmas is Coming, Liverpools city lighting engineers start putting up decorations

Christmas is Coming, Liverpools city lighting engineers start putting up decorations, Church Street, Liverpool, 29th October 1976

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Memories of former days came alive in Leamington yesterday when a 1920s London bus jogged

Memories of former days came alive in Leamington yesterday when a 1920s London bus jogged along The Parade. The 1925 " General" belonged to the Old London General Onmibus Company but made

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: The new approach to the Clyde tunnel in Glasgow which connects the districts of Whiteinch

The new approach to the Clyde tunnel in Glasgow which connects the districts of Whiteinch in the north to Govan in the South in the west of the city, circa 1963

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Thousands of England football fans line the streets near Luton airport to welcome their

Thousands of England football fans line the streets near Luton airport to welcome their heroes back from Italy, following the World Cup tournament

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: The England football team arrive at Luton airport after returning from the World Cup

The England football team arrive at Luton airport after returning from the World Cup tournament in Italy where they were eliminated in the semi final by West Germany on penalties

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Victoria Street, Westminster, Londonwith the Victoria Palace Theatre on the left

Victoria Street, Westminster, Londonwith the Victoria Palace Theatre on the left. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: London Horse Bus

London Horse Bus Date: circa 1905

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Piccadilly Circus - The Hub of the Universe: The Centre of the World, 1900, (1933)

Piccadilly Circus - The Hub of the Universe: The Centre of the World, 1900, (1933). The busy thoroughfare in Westminster, London, with horse-drawn traffic

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Baghdad, Iraq - Firdos Square

Baghdad, Iraq - Firdos Square
Baghdad, Iraq - The Firdos ( The Firdaws ) Square - a rather stark illustration of British Colonial City planning/development

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Westminster Bridge and Big Ben, Palace of Westminster, London, England, United Kingdom

Westminster Bridge and Big Ben, Palace of Westminster, London, England, United Kingdom

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: National Flags at Jermyn Street, London, England, United Kingdom

National Flags at Jermyn Street, London, England, United Kingdom

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: Red Telephone Box at The Strand, London, England, United Kingdom

Red Telephone Box at The Strand, London, England, United Kingdom

Background imageDouble Decker Collection: UK, England, London, Piccadilly

UK, England, London, Piccadilly



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"From Trongate, Glasgow to Mumbai Municipal Corporation: Exploring the World of Double Deckers" Step back in time with this captivating collection of images featuring the iconic double decker vehicles. Starting with "Trongate, Glasgow (oil on board), " we are transported to the bustling streets of Scotland as a double decker bus makes its way through the city. Next, we join the R A Draghounds meet at The Bull Hotel in Farningham on Halloween night in 1935. Amidst an air of excitement and anticipation, a magnificent double decker stands tall, ready for its passengers. Moving southwards to London, we witness trams outside Islington Empire on a sunny day in June 1936. The vibrant energy of the capital is palpable as these charming vehicles traverse the busy streets. Taking flight into modern times, our attention shifts to an Airbus A380 soaring through the skies. Its majestic presence reminds us that even planes can embrace the concept of double decks. Returning to ground level but venturing further eastward, we find ourselves amidst Mumbai's architectural marvels. Against the backdrop of Mumbai Municipal Corporation building stands a proud double decker bus - a symbol of both heritage and progress. Heading northwards again brings us to Blackpool Tower in Lancashire. Here, a delightful tram shares space with this iconic landmark while offering visitors an elevated view from its upper deck. No exploration would be complete without delving into London's rich history and culture. We catch glimpses of Piccadilly Circus adorned with Eros' statue and witness a double-decker bus proudly parked outside Bank station near Threadneedle Street - epitomizing British elegance and efficiency. As our journey continues through time, King George V graces Plymouth with his presence during the 1930s; meanwhile, underground tunnels come alive beneath London's Kingsway Subway thanks to an unknown creator capturing a momentous scene featuring yet another double decker tram.