Moving up a division of Australian troops. Reninghelst. 2nd Division

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Where: Reningelst Dorp, 8970 Poperinge, Belgium

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When: 01 January 1918

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    • 26/Nov/2008 17:15:47

    These are London General Omnibus Company 'B' type buses.

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    Bastián Despreciable Cifuentes♡

    • 29/Nov/2008 21:42:59

    que intersante.! Imagen 0088

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    cuddly grass

    • 02/Dec/2008 19:33:13

    Hallo, ich bin der Administrator der Gruppe Planet Photo, und wir würden uns freuen, wenn Du dies zu unserer Gruppe hinzufügen würdest.

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    delightful bulb

    • 16/Jan/2009 13:34:40

    wonderful shot..

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    Happy days 09

    • 02/Feb/2010 08:40:11


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    • 15/Nov/2010 22:35:13

    Its unbelievable to think that so many London buses had to be shipped out to France. My great grandfather had a hackney cab business - all the horses were requisitioned and sent to the War in France at this time.

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    • 18/Nov/2010 02:31:46

    I wonder what year?

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    • 21/Nov/2010 08:01:03

    It was the actions of the London General Omnibus Company, whose buses seen here that were commandeered, and the bus drivers and crews who volunteered to go with them, that means the London Transport "old Comrades" are the only civilian group permitted to lay a wreath and march past the Cenotaph in London.

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    • 25/Jan/2014 11:21:01

    I am not sure but I think the ventilators above the lower deck windows on the nearest bus suggest it is an MET Daimler. See here for comparison;

3 years ago 2001:8004:d03:72a3:b4f8:a8cb:5cc7:d4ff suggested this image location is 50.8171, 2.7636