History: Last days of Horse drawn buses

Horse drawn Buses became more novel with innovations such as a staircase to make access to the top deck easier, along with forward facing garden seats rather than longitudinal bench seats,
and this encouraged more ladies to ride them.

Horse drawn buses faced stiff competition from cheaper trams and trains that became common in the later 1800′s,

and with the introduction of the combustion engine and the 1st World War,

the last ever horse drawn bus in London ceased operating on 4th August 1914,

but continued in more rural areas in the UK until 1932.

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