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  Themes Homepage > Transport > The First Great Western Railway Double Deck Bus, about 1904
   
The First Great Western Railway Double Deck Bus, about 1904
 
   
The First Great Western Railway Double Deck Bus, about 1904
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Subject Date: About 1904
Creator: Berkshire County Libraries
Owner: Slough Library
Contributor: Slough Library
 
Full Description: Postcard of a First Great Western Railway Double Deck Bus in front of Slough Station, about 1904. The bus was a Milnes Daimler, which travelled along a no. 6 route (AF65). The Slough-Windsor service was introduced in July 1904.
 
Place: Slough; Central Ward; Slough Station
Dimensions: 8.9 x 14 cm
Subject: Transport; Train Station; Buses
Content Type: Postcard
Location: Slough Library
Local Ref: I2046 SLOUGH 04
Unique ID: sl-sl-2046_doubledeckbus-i-00-000.tif
IPR: Slough Library
 
 
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