Credit: Ron Case/Getty Images A mock-up at the 'Victoria line' exhibition at the Design Centre, London, of the interior of a new type of carriage that would be used on the new Victoria line, 20 August 1968. The new carriages feature lengthways seating to allow more room for standing passengers, two-level arm rests, which can be shared by adjacent passengers, and internal speakers for driver announcements.
The Coronation Scot leaving Euston Station in London, It was an express passenger train of the London, Midland and Scottish Railway inaugurated in 1937 for the Coronation of King George VI, Photograph, June the 23rd, 1937
Bus Conductors. Until the 1970s & early 1980s, conductors, or clippies, were a common feature of many local bus services. Two-person crews were needed because until the 1960s, all double deck vehicles were built with front-mounted engines & a "half-cab" design. This layout totally separated the driver from the passenger saloons. The conductor communicated with the driver using a series of bell codes, such as two bells to start (the well-known "ding-ding").