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Hi. Thanks for the excellent work you are doing in sorting out the images of Buses in London. Any chance that, when you add an image to a routes category, you can remove it from "Category:Bus in London"? As there's no point having the same image in both:
- Category:Buses in London
- Category:Buses in London by route -> London Buses route xyz
- In future I will do that, the reason I didn't is that there are many categories under Buses in the United Kingdom I don't understand enough to use properly such as Buses in the United Kingdom by year of registration, Buses in the United Kingdom by manufacturer and Buses in the United Kingdom by operator. I don't claim to be an expert in these things but I can read a route number. As i don't understand these dareas fullly I decided to not mess to much and just add the route number 22.214.171.124 21:10, 2 July 2010 (UTC)
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