Names on Brighton Buses

Many buses in Brighton and Hove are named after famous  people who had a particular connection to the city. Since 1999, every new Brighton and Hove bus has been named. Examples include John Nash (the architect who designed the Pavilion), Edward Booth (the taxidermist who founded the Booth Museum in Dyke Road) and the author Virginia Woolf who often visited and later lived in the Sussex area.

A full list of names along with the history and contribution of each person can be found here.