Professor Joe Kerr is an architectural historian teaching students in the Architecture and Vehicle Design programmes at the Royal College of Art. He is also a London bus driver, working out of Tottenham Garage.
What better guide could you ask for to lead a bus tour of the capital’s post-war architecture?
And what better bus to ride in than the archetypal red Routemaster?
This late summer afternoon tour aboard the classic London bus will take you on a trip through the trends and transformations of urban development following WWII, mapping the architectural innovations and experiments that shaped post-war London.
It sounds dead good. Book now.
The post-war bus tour takes place on Saturday, 15 September between 2-5pm. Tickets are £18 (concs £16). Book by phone 020 7001 9844.
Photo The Royal Festival Hall and The London Eye; 2009 via Museum of London