A new London Routemaster-style bus is set to go into service in the capital from next week, courtesy of Transport for London (TfL).
The last Routemaster was taken out of regular service in December 2005 after ferrying people around the capital for half a century.
Evan Davis took a tour of the new bus, which, just like its illustrious predecessor, features a "hop-on, hop-off" platform at the rear.
The interior of the bus has received a contemporary makeover with restyled seating and upholstery.
There are two staircases on the bus leading to the upper deck.
The new bus incorporates many curved surfaces. This image shows detail of the rear of the vehicle's roof.
The bus has three passenger doors and is accessible to wheelchair-users and people with limited mobility.
The open platform at the rear is similar to that of the earlier Routemaster.
The bus is said to be 15% more fuel efficient than existing hybrid buses and 40% more efficient than conventional double-deckers.
The new Routemaster will operate with a conductor for most of the day. The conductor will not collect fares but will supervise passengers getting on and off the rear platform.
The new buses will operate from Monday 27 February on route 38 from Victoria to Clapton.
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