I hope to be using some new images by the end of January for Cee’s challenges but to kick off my 2021 participation, here are some shots from my back catalogue..

Underground and Bus at Monument station – it’s also a Public Subway…

Buses in the Bus stand at Muswell Hill Broadway…

Here’s another bus passing The Windmill Public House in Upminster…

The Underground is also referred to as The Tube because its deep level lines travel in tubular Tunnels under central London – Victoria Line train at Warren Street…

Below ground at Monument station and a District Line Sub-Surface train to Upminster is just leaving…

Catch up with Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge Here.

I know Cee loves transport in her challenges but we’re going to start with some buildings – in this case an old Odeon Cinema approaching the end of its life…

…no longer showing films, having closed in 1964, it spent a number of years as a car showroom and a furniture store. It was demolished in 2013.

Central house – Finchley Central…

The white is going cream/dirty and the reinforcing bars behind the facade are leaking their rusty residue down the face of each level – ironically adding so much character to a bland 60’s building.

Cream and White…

…The National Bus Company painted it’s coaches white, so here we have an Eastern National Bristol RE with Plaxton bodywork sitting in Peterborough alongside a cream liveried Bedford YRQ belonging to Everett’s of Atterby. The latter was a rare vehicle, the Bedford YRQ chassis and Duple Viceroy Express body combination only ever being ordered 97 times.