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This doubledecker horsedrawn bus was made in the 1890s and

This doubledecker horsedrawn bus was made in the 1890s and

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This double-decker horse-drawn bus was made in the 1890s and used in the Chermside-Windsor area between 1912 and 1915. Four to six horses pulled the bus.

This image is of a “double-decker” horse-drawn bus operating in the Derby area, probably in the late 1890s.

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However, for all their shortcomings the horse trams provided Londoners with a cheap, efficient and reliable public transport network.

[media]In the late nineteenth century, Sydney did have an extensive network of open-topped buses, drawn by horses and servicing its ever-expanding suburbs.

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This led to severe overcrowding in some parts of London, where poor-quality housing and a lack of sanitation had created some notorious slums.

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Demand kept up until the 1950s when the most familiar model of the double deckers emerged. The 'Routemaster,' was first constructed in 1956. This version ...

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In a rapidly expanding city like Sydney, horse buses were the low-cost option for transporting the spreading population.

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The fares of sixpence and one shilling were less than those charged by hackney cab and short-stage coach. Even so, travelling on Shillibeer's omnibuses was ...

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... revitalised railway network, and then replaced completely by buses. [media]In the late 1950s the decision was taken to remove trams from Sydney streets.

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