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Offline Ivan le Roux

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I am trying to find the history of emergency exits as found in passenger carrying vehicles (buses in particular). What was the reason for their creation (accident) and the year when it was first introduced in the world (which country)and when emergency exits were first legislated. I could not find any info on the web even after an extensive search. Ta


 

Offline Geezer

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Interesting question!

I can't remember seeing anything like that in the UK in the 1960's.
 

Offline RD

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A bus nut enthusiast may be able to help ...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bus_spotting

http://www.classicbusmag.co.uk/ (this month a centrefold of a routemaster ... phawrr  :)
« Last Edit: 08/02/2011 06:33:27 by RD »
 

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Leyland probably with the Atlantean dating from 1958.
 

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