Bus enthusiasts from around the country are descending on Finsbury Park this weekend for the largest ever gathering of Routemasters.
More than 130 of the iconic London buses will be on show to celebrate 60 years since the much loved Routemaster was first exhibited at the 1954 Commercial Motor Show.
This weekend you can ride a Routemaster for free as more than 100 Iconic Routemaster Buses gather in Central London for the Routemaster Diamond Jubilee Celebration. More than 130 are booked to appear at the event this weekend.
The event at Finsbury Park will also feature different buses from the past century from the 1020s to the modern day Routemaster.
Plans have been revealed to scrap one of the last services using traditional Routemaster buses.
Transport bosses say the Number 9H service between Trafalgar Square and Kensington High Street is "relatively expensive to operate".
The withdrawal of the iconic double decker would leave the Number 15H route between Tower Hill and Trafalgar Square as the sole survivor
London Mayor Boris Johnson was on a business trip in Hong Kong last week. He hopes to sell the new London Route Master bus to the Chinese.
Route 9 will be served by the New Bus for London - also known as the 'Boris Bus' - which has a conductor and the same hop-on hop-off feature as the old Routemaster.
The route - which runs from Hammersmith to Aldwych will get 22 of the new buses from Saturday. 16,000 people use the route every day.
Route 9 joins routes 24 and 11 which are already run entirely with a fleet of New Buses.
Route 390 will become part of the exclusive group on 9 December.
A woman remains seriously injured in hospital after falling from the back of a Routemaster bus last night.
Today, former London Mayor Ken Livingstone told ITV London the Routemasters were too dangerous, with around twelve people per year dying after falling from them while he was in power.
Robyn Dwyer reports.
A woman has been left seriously injured after falling off the back of one of London's new Routemaster buses. The passenger fell from the platform of the double decker in Kentish Town this morning on the No24 route near Malden Crescent.
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall have been getting a taste of London while touring Northern Ireland.
They've paid a visit to the factory where the capital's new fleet of Routemaster buses is being built.
More than £200 million is being spent on 600 ultra-low carbon double-deckers.
Twenty seven new hop on, hop off 'Boris buses' have taken to the streets of London.
The fleet of driver-and-conductor buses are running on Route 24 from Hampstead Heath to Pimlico.
More than 600 New Bus for London vehicles will enter passenger service by 2016.
Route 11, which runs from Liverpool Street to Fulham, will convert to the new buses on 21 September.