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#AYearOfBuses 311: Fulham Broadway – Liverpool Street

#AYearOfBuses 311: Fulham Broadway – Liverpool Street

It’s day 311 on #AYearOfBuses – and there’s no way we could NOT feature one of London’s oldest and most famous bus routes in our list.

Starting its life in 1906 courtesy of the London General Omnibus Company, the 11 – though it’s chopped and changed a few times since then – is one of London’s oldest continuously-operated bus routes.

Fancy some sightseeing on a shoestring? Running from Fulham Broadway to Liverpool Street, the 11 bisects Westminster and the West End, passing by some of the capital’s most famous landmarks. Along the way, you’ll see Westminster Cathedral and Abbey, the Cenotaph, Downing Street, Horse Guard’s Parade, Trafalgar Square and Nelson’s Column, Big Ben, New Scotland Yard and St Paul’s Cathedral – to name a few!

Image credit: Chris Sampson

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