Why Hong Kong’s first double-decker buses arrived 12 years late, 69 years ago – South China Morning Post

South China Morning Post
“The Kowloon Motor Bus Company [KMB] are expecting delivery shortly of a double-decker motor bus from England with which they will make experimental runs on the Peninsula,” ran a story in the South China Morning Post on December 1, 1937. The exercise

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