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A selection of Routemaster interior posters
Including driver recruitment and passenger information concerning the changeover from the old shillings and pence to decimal money in February 1971. The change actually took place on Monday the 15th but, worried that people would not have the new coins that morning, bus companies across the country continued charging fares in old money until the following Sunday. The conversion table shows:
    Adult         Child    
s d   p   s d   p  
  6       4    
1 0   5     6    
1 6       9   4  
2 0   10   1 0   5  
2 6   12½   1 4    
3 0   15   1 6    
3 6   17½   1 9   9  
4 0   20   2 0   10  
London Buses
Map and list of routes, 1978.
Rover Tickets
Five Red Rover Tickets for central buses and one Twin Rover Ticket for central buses and LT trains.
Red Rover, child (under 14), Saturday 12 January 1963, 621 from Hounslow East, price 3/-
Red Rover, child, Saturday 23 November 1963, 417 from Hounslow East, price 3/-
Red Rover, child, Saturday 17 October 1964, A 549600, price 3/-
Red Rover, child, Sunday 25 October 1964, A 549661, price 3/-
Twin Rover, child, Sunday 15 August 1965, A 933112, price 5/-
Red Rover, adult, Saturday 17 April 1966, A 049266, price 6/-
 
   
For the Conductor
A cash bag, webbing for a Gibson ticket machine and a selection of paperwork including Gibson waybills. Plus coin bags and a budget key for opening destination boxes.
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