Buses and the Railways
|Caption||Buses and the Railways. Even before the First World War, the Great Western had introduced buses to provide "feeder" services to some stations. One is shown here, picking up commuters at Slough. The inset shows a 1930 LMS "Ro-Railer" capable of running on road or rail. Original artwork for illustration on p15 of Look and Learn issue no 973 (1 November 1980).|
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|Keywords||buses railway bus ro-railer feeder services railway station Slough train trains road vs rail|
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