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One of only 3 Morris Commercial 'G2SW' Super Six London Taxis to survive. Formerly owned by the late Alan Withey (former president of the LVTA). Registration EUC 812. Built in 1938. Up for auction at Brooklands on Saturday 12th March 2016.

One of only 3 Morris Commercial Super Six London Taxis to survive. Formerly owned by the late Alan Withey (former president of the LVTA). Registration EUC Built in Up for auction at Brooklands on Saturday March

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Taxi, Lower Regent Street, London 1935 - Bill Brandt - and white

London Taxi: A Fascinating Look at the Life of London Taxi Drivers in the 1960's - Londontopia

London Taxi: A Fascinating Look at the Life of London Taxi Drivers in the - Londontopia

1929 Morris Commercial reg UL 8563 the only one known to survive

1929 Morris Commercial reg UL 8563 the only one known to survive

FLH 626 is a 1939 Strachan Low Loader Austin Heavy 12/4 - at the time this belonged to  Alan Withey.

FLH 626 is a 1939 Strachan Low Loader Austin Heavy - at the time this belonged to Alan Withey.

I want an old school car!!

Perfect travelling 'companion' for a or themed wedding. Eternal elengant and quitessentially British Austin bridal taxi

A "student rag" in London. Kind of a proto flash-mob, university students meet to dance down the Strand as a prank. These rags stemmed from the long-standing rivalry between University College and King's College.  1920s

A 'student rag', London - A 'student rag' is a proto flash-mob, university students meet to dance down the Strand as a prank. These rags stemmed from the long-standing rivalry between University College and King's College.

High Explosive Bomb at Wilton Crescent , London - Bomb Sight - Mapping the World War 2 London Blitz

D Cars buses taxis and pedestrians go about their daily business in this photograph of a busy and bustling Regent Street.

Two passengers catch a taxi home from Piccadilly Circus in 1950...

An early Piccadilly Circus at night, alive with neon splendour

Two passengers catch a taxi home from Piccadilly Circus in 1950

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