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Check out this great video from the British Pathé archive that shows a fleet of old double decker buses being broken up at the breakers yard. On the one hand, it’s sad to watch them be destroyed, on the other, it’s pretty cool!

Author: jonathan

Jonathan is a consummate Anglophile who launched Anglotopia.net in 2007 to channel his passion for Britain. Londontopia is its sister publication dedicated to everything London.

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