Three-quarter front nearside view of B-type bus, no B804, which was hit on the night of 8 September 1915, whilst on a route 8 service, in the worst Zeppelin raid on London of the First World War. The driver and conductor were both killed, as were some of the passengers. The framework and body panels have been burnt and distorted, and all the windows have been smashed. A replacement body was fitted from store, and the bus was back in service by the end of the month. Photographed at Willesden garage. Heavily touched up image, not that noticeable.
Unknown photographer, Oct 1915
Location: Willesden bus garage, High Road, Brent, NW10
Image no: 727
Inventory no: 1998/33334