Revell 07651 London Bus Omnibus assembly kit 1:24
The AEC route master in 1954 for the first time presented. In relation to previous bustypen was the route master with its integral design of chassis and body as a rule, quite innovative. In particular, the open entry platform rear left fast to get in and out of the (hop on and off) allowed, marked the after 1958 produced in series double-decker. At the end of the 1950s allowed changing regulations, but also the operation of nine-meter-long buses on only two axes. Some Route Master were split in the middle and an additional range in the middle inserted by square window. The new bus type, the route master long, short RML, offered now a total of 72 passengers. The spectacular success with 15 test vehicles convinced London Transport, 500 copies of the RML in order to produced from 1965 to 1968. In the 1970s, more and more in the inner city area of London RMLs versahen in service. With the constant presence in the typical red double-Decker held on almost all routes strengthened rapidly expanding the image of the route master as a typical landmarks of London. Only in 2005, after almost 50 years of use, the general operation of this notice shield of London.Route Master is a registered trademark of Transport for London.This text is machine translated.