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Our London bus fleet are our passion, originally introduced in 1956 and withdrawn from mainstream service in 2005.

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We have packages to suit all, whether it be a wedding, a party, prom night, day trip or a casual scenic excursion of London.

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London’s Leading Operator Of Vintage Routemaster Buses

The Routemaster London bus – is there anything more iconic?

Surely, it ranks up there with telephone boxes, black cabs and the Queen’s Guards as one of the most famous British figures.

They’re loved by everyone and are as popular now as they ever have been. They turn heads when they drive down the street; they put a smile on the faces of their passengers (young or old) and they leave lasting memories that are talked about for years.

RedRoutemaster operates through the streets of London, and have nine different buses – ranging in style and age. All beautifully restored to the highest possible original standard – no cheap modifications or “papering over the cracks” – they’re as close to the original buses that you’ll ever see.

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    • Routemaster Travel To The F.A Cup Final, Anyone?
      Routemaster Travel To The F.A Cup Final, Anyone?

      On this day, the 28th April, in 1923, it was the first FA Cup Final at Wembley. It was between Bolton Wanderers and West Ham United. It was one of the most exciting games in history as it was the first match to be played at the new Wembley Stadium (well, new at the time

    • Sunny On St George’s Day? Surely Not.
      Sunny On St George’s Day? Surely Not.

      This Saturday, 23rd April is St George’s day. St George is England’s patron saint. According to legend he was a soldier in the Roman army, who allegedly killed a dragon and rescued a princess. The emblem of St George was adopted by Richard the Lion Heart and was introduced into England in the 12th century.

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