A new seafront bus route starts next weekend but it will be served by an old Routemaster, complete with conductor.
The new 10 will have a retro feel for passengers taking the coast road route between the King Alfred Leisure Centre in Hove and Brighton Station.
The first number 10 bus is scheduled to set off next Sunday (15 June) from the station. It will go past the Royal Pavilion and the Palace Pier on its way to the King Alfred. The hourly service will run until Saturday 13 September.
Brighton and Hove Buses said that the 10 had been timetabled for passengers arriving or leaving on London trains.
The fare will be £2 for adults and £1 for children. Under-fives go free and concessionary passes are accepted. Savers can also be used on this route.
Brighton and Hove Buses commercial director Mike Best said: “We hope that residents and tourists will enjoy using this service which will be a trip down memory lane for some and a brand new experience for others.
“The service offers a picturesque route for those visiting or staying at one of the seafront hotels.
“Route 10 will be a fantastic reminder of the strong heritage Brighton and Hove has in providing public bus services.”