Some articles on south, london, london country, london country south, country:
... Wessex National was formed from part of National Travel South West, and Pilgrim Coaches from part of National Travel West ... North Midland Red West Midland Fox Midland Red South United Counties Cambus Milton Keynes City Bus Eastern Counties Luton District Eastern National/Thamesway South Wales / De Cymru National Welsh ... Coach Station Limited passed to the state-owned London Transport ...
... London Country was split into four on September 7, 1986, named London Country North East, London Country North West, London Country South East and ... The purchasers were London Country North East AJS Group, which split the company into two, County Bus and Coach and Sovereign Bus and Coach ... London Country North West Luton District Transport, now Arriva the Shires, part of Arriva Shires Essex ...
... Preparation for privatisation in 1986 saw London Country Bus Services split into four smaller companies, named as London Country North East, London Country North West, London Country ... The South West division contained 415 buses ... South West was sold in February 1988 to the Drawlane Group ...
... London was the site of the 1908 and 1948 Olympic Games, and in 2012 became the first city to play host for a third time ... own football association, national team and league system, though a few clubs play outside their country's respective systems for a variety of historical and logistical reasons ... The Great Britain Olympic football team was assembled to compete in the London 2012 Olympic Games by The Football Association ...
Famous quotes containing the words south, london and/or country:
“We in the South were ready for reconciliation, to be accepted as equals, to rejoin the mainstream of American political life. This yearning for what might be called political redemption was a significant factor in my successful campaign.”
—Jimmy Carter (James Earl Carter, Jr.)
“London Bridge is broken down,
Dance oer my lady lee,
London Bridge is broken down,
With a gay lady.
How shall we build it up again?
Dance oer my lady lee,”
—Unknown. London Bridge (l. 16)
“Pericles. He asks of you that never used to beg.
1st Fisherman. No, friend, cannot you beg? Heres them in our country of Greece gets more with begging than we can do with working.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)