29 Dec '13, 6pm

@highamnews @HistoryOfStokey Reading this it appears that in 1967 the 73 went as far as Hammersmith.

Again I have been asked to retain a photograph of an artic on the route, to remind us what they looked like – and it was a rather good picture anyway. The Mercedes Citaros were introduced on 4 September 2004 to coincide with a new operating contract. There was a bit of a Routemaster cull on that day, with routes 9 and 390 also converting from crew to one person operation, albeit using double deckers. The 73 artic PVR varied between 42 and 43, one of the more drastic reductions; TfL got into hot water after issuing some advertising with the theme "getting better from every angle," which various objectors successfully pointed out to the Advertising Standards Agency was hardly true, with a lower frequency, longer journey times (compared with Routemasters) and far fewer seats. Showing its articulation to good effect, MA48 (MX04 MYS) turns out of Park Lane onto the Marble Arch ...

Full article: http://www.londonbusroutes.net/photos/073.htm

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