VCS 85

A rolling display of preserved and modern vehicles helped mark 85 years of Victoria Coach Station, a vital London interchange that currently faces an uncertain future

Eastern Scottish XS750A (MSF 750P), the 1976 Seddon Pennine 7 with Alexander M-type body kept at the Scottish Vintage Bus Museum, passing the main entrance of the coach station.
PHIL HALEWOOD

It might not be the most obvious anniversary to celebrate, but Transport for London’s marking of Victoria Coach Station’s 85th in March suggests that maybe it will not be around in fully functioning form for its 100th…or even its 90th.

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