London Transport Board
|London Transport Board|
|Formation||1 January 1963 (Transport Act 1962)|
|Extinction||31 December 1969 (Transport (London) Act 1969)|
|Headquarters||55 Broadway, Westminster, London|
|Region served||Greater London and within 30 miles (48 km) of Charing Cross|
|Main organ||London Transport|
|Parent organization||National Government|
The London Transport Board was the organisation responsible for public transport in London, England, United Kingdom, and its environs from 1963-1969. In common with all London transport authorities from 1933 to 2000, the public name and operational brand of the organisation was London Transport.
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References[change | change source]
- Cooke, B.W.C., ed. (September 1964). "The Why and the Wherefore: London Transport Board". Railway Magazine (Westminster: Tothill Press) 110 (761).
- Day, John R.; Reed, John (2008) . The Story of London's Underground (10th ed.). Harrow: Capital Transport.
- Witton, A.M. (February 1978). Telfer, R.L.; Witton, A.M.. eds. Fleetbook 15: Buses of Greater London. Manchester: A.M. Witton.
London Transport Executive
|London public transport authority
London Transport Executive (GLC)