The contribution of London’s transport to the war effort was embodied by the presence of the B type bus ‘Ole Bill’ at the #ArmisticeDay parade that began in the wake of WW1. 'Ole Bill' was one of the buses that served on the Western Front. Read more here ltmuseum.co.uk/collections/stories/transport/london-buses-during-first-world-war
When the First World War broke out, the era of the horse bus drew to a close. London’s largest bus operator, the London General Omnibus Company (LGOC), had replaced all its horse buses with motor buses by 1912. Learn how London buses played an important role during the First World War.