Leisure and Tourism - Caravan Holiday
Harry and Frances Gilbert with their nine year old son Kristy having a picnic on the side of the road. The Gilbert family, from West Twyford, have been compelled to spend the last five days of their holiday in their parked caravan. They were due to spend their break away in Bournemouth but the clutch on their car, right, burned out on the Kingston by-pass.
Signs on the New Preston By-Pass Motorway - 1958
A vehicle beside one of the huge signs on the new Preston By-Pass Motorway. The signs, in some cases 20 feet high, and 18 feet across, are easily visible during the day and at night. They glow in the light from headlamps. The Motorway, Britain's first, is to be opened officially on Friday by the Prime Minister.
British Transport - Road - Buses - Routemaster - London - 1963
RML 903, one of London's latest and biggest doubledecker Routemaster buses, is swung aboard the Cunard cargo liner Alaunia at King George V Dock, London, for a month's visit to Philadelphia, where it will take part in the Exposition Britannia. Free rides will be given on the bus in Philadelphia, other towns in Pennsylvania and in adjoining New Jersey and Delaware.
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