Bus To Calcutta

Passengers at Victoria Coach Station, London, boarding the first run of the world's longest coach route, between London and Calcutta, 15th April 1957. The journey to Calcutta takes five days and the single fare is 85 pounds. Passengers include two ex-firemen emigrating to Australia, as well as Indians and Australians returning home. (Photo by Fox Photos/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Passengers at Victoria Coach Station, London, boarding the first run of the world's longest coach route, between London and Calcutta, 15th April 1957. The journey to Calcutta takes five days and the single fare is 85 pounds. Passengers include two ex-firemen emigrating to Australia, as well as Indians and Australians returning home. (Photo by Fox Photos/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Bus To Calcutta
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Credit:
Fox Photos / Stringer
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85574538
Collection:
Hulton Archive
Date created:
15 April, 1957
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Hulton Archive
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