At Old Car City, with over 34 acres and over 4000 American-made cars from the early 20th Century, these cars, trucks, vans, school buses, tires, doors and even a few bicycles are placed in such a way as to be ideally suited for photos
Three buses compete for limited street space in Oxford, England
The Tower Bridge and the ever-present red double-decker bus are definitely icons of London.
Sometimes confused with London Bridge, situated some 0.5 mi upstream, Tower Bridge has become an iconic symbol of London. It is a combined bascule and suspension bridge, built between 1886 and 1894. The bridge crosses the River Thames close to the Tower of London.
The majority of buses in London are still red and therefore the red double-decker bus remains a widely recognized symbol of the city.
Flowers, people, and the red double-decker bus add color to the area around St. Paul’s Cathedral in London
The ubiquitous red double-decker bus adds color to the traditional buildings in England. Parks everywhere make nice resting places too!
Westminster Palace (with Houses of Parliament) and Big Ben under renovation as viewed from London Eye. The ever-present red double-decker bus on the bridge and tourist boats on River Thames.