A visit to Patti’s ‘Nylon Daze’ blog revealed a post of images taken from a bus window. I thought – Hey… That’s my territory πŸ˜‰ So I decided that maybe a few of my inside and out shots from buses could be of interest as a response and provide a contrast with the view from Public Transport in New York. Thanks for the idea Patti πŸ™‚

Fighter PilotDown by Victoria Station, a Police Community Support Officer talks to a group of colleagues. The hand gestures look a bit like a fighter ace demonstrating a dog-fighting manoeuvre!

RoutemasterPassengers and the conductor on the lower deck of a Routemaster on Fleet Street

FerrariA rather nice motor on the Finchley Road πŸ™‚

RenaultInside a Renault Agora in Perpignan

YL'sYoung Ladies onboard a Renault Agora in Canet-en-Roussillon

PolicePolice Officers question suspects in a car park in Guildford – from a passing Routemaster

W&FThe Wingate and Finchley team and board members en-route to a cup final game – that’s our Manager standing in the aisle

Full and FrankA Full and Frank discussion at Crouch End!

Mod consAll Mod Cons on a Greenline Van Hool coach in Notting Hill Gate

Kentish TownAlmost bedtime – a night journey through Kentish Town

It’s a horrible wet drizzly day in London this morning so, after doing the weekly shop, I think I’ll spend some time in the Shack. Here’s the rig, all powered up and ready to go πŸ™‚For the technically minded I will be receiving and transmitting on the shortwave Amateur Radio sections of the airwaves – probably around 3.700MHz, 7.150MHz, 14.200MHz and (if conditions permit) 18.160MHz. If you’ve got good eyesight you can probably read some of yesterday’s contacts in my logbook on the table πŸ™‚