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Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Dowson Road from a Double-Deck Bus

Dowson Road was built in the 1930s to bypass Gee Cross and was named after Henry Enfield Dowson.

This section, viewed from the upper deck of a double-deck bus, is heading down into Hyde from just past Knott Lane. You can see another double-decker coming in the opposite direction.

The road was resurfaced in November 2009 when I showed you a view of the roadworks from the lower deck of a bus.

Two more views of Dowson Road from the upper deck can be seen on Hyde DP Xtra.

More D posts can be found via ABC Wednesday.


Vinay Leo R. said...

lovely capture from a moving double decker! :) said...

Interesting signs on the street... Looks a little bit confusing.

Annelie said...

Creative, and must be fun riding on a dubbel decker! What a wiew you must have!

Annelie E, Sweden
ABC Wednesday Team

photowannabe said...

Things always look more interesting from the top of a double decker bus. I loved sightseeing from one in New York City.

Gigi Ann said...

I have never ridden in a double decker bus, I bet you can see a lot from up there. Great choice for D Day.

Sharon said...

This has such a pleasant feel to it.

Roger Owen Green said...

Someday, I need to ride a double decker!

ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Cezar and Léia said...

Wonderful picture, you work well with your camera! Beautiful and charming Road.

ChrisJ said...

Seems to me such a typical English street scene. I lived in a house like one of those for a while.

Randy said...

Beautiful neighborhood!

Anonymous said...

My house is in this photo on the right!

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