After the prototypes and the initial Borismasters for the 24, Go-Ahead London was next in line. On route to Liverpool Street on the 11 in June 2014 was LT61 (LTZ1061) complete with Year of the Bus logos In these early days of operation the bus is working as intended with open rear platform and conductor on board.
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A later delivery was LT303 (LTZ1303) seen in May the following year at the Great Central Street, Marylebone terminus of the 453. The route was one of the initial Bendibus routes, known by locals as the four, five, free with the artic route being particularly prone to fare evasion, particularly at the Deptford end. The Borismaster also has three doors, but the conductor on board probably pays for himself. Note, a year on, a vestige of individuality has been removed and fleetnames, like all other markinsg on the bus are in white.
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In August 2015 LT309 (LTZ1309) on the 453 passes Abellio Plaxton Pointer bodied Dennis Dart SLF 8435 (RX51FGJ) which had been new in Tellings Golden Miller colours as their 415. Unfortunately the Dart appears to have a blind malfunction whilst stopped at the London Eye stop on the 211.
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Borismaster LT303 above was all on its own at the 453 Marylebone terminus, but several buses are often lined up, In this June 2016 view LT293 (LTZ1293) by another, whilst Stagecoach Enviro400 12319 (SK14CSX) heads for Bow Church on the 205, the only service to the Station forecourt.
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Om Whitehall heading to Parliament in August 2015 were a pair of Go-Ahead Borismasters, LT310 (LTZ1310) on the 453 to Deptford Bridge and LT428 (LTZ1428) on the 12 to Dulwich Library.
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