If an advertiser wants to use a picture of a bus, no matter where the advert is set or what is advertises, the vehicle of choice is always a London Routemaster.
One of the retail opportunities missing from the well appointed Metropolis of Seaton (Devon) is a clothing shop; thus it is that Mrs fbb tends to purchase her needs (and those of her chubby hubby) on line. Occasionally she has bought from Lands End, not the location but the catalogue. Once hooked by the dreaded interwebnet, escape is impossible, resistance is futile**.
Catalogues plop with alarming and pointless regularit on the mat at fbb mansions. The Winter Sale edition arrived a couple of days ago. And the picture on the front cover of a booklet full of jolly jumpers, sophicticated shirts and tasty trousers ...?
Whether the Lands End picture will encourage folk to buy lots of woolly clothing is debatable; but surely a UK winter railway scene would have been better.
26. A Department for Transport road sign
27. The flag of Red Funnel ferries
28. A sign for a gated crossing e.g on a farm track.
29. A Bingo Company
30. A64 Red Bus Cafe
There are plenty more. Astoundingly fbb forgot Red Ensign in Portsmouth and could not find any pictorial evidence for Red Squirrel on his former personal (but mis-spelled) Island.
Tomorrow, more bits including Emily, a bit of Stirling and a bearded Canadian.