A local guide book for 1888 described the horse-driven omnibus as “the most convenient and cheapest form of travelling from one London street to another”. Many of the services passed through Piccadilly every few minutes from early morning until midnight on the way to Hammersmith, the Strand, Liverpool Street, London…
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