Why Are London Buses Painted Red?

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London buses are painted red because of tradition. A horse bus operator in 1885 adopted the colour red and the tradition has been retained till today by the UK Government.
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So they can be more easily spotted and recognized as buses in traffic.
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Because: The sky is blue... The grass is green... The mud is brown... The sun is yellow... So the buses in London can be
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In 1933 they were owned by London General who used red buses and red became synonymous with buses in London so they use red.
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The one I know is called Bernard. If you see him down the pub, he prefers Bernie.
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