Buses in Brighton and Hove today carry an array of wonderful and wacky designs, which do their bit to brighten up our journeys on public transport.

But does anyone remember these ones, such as the seaside-themed bus or the Rediffusion televisions advert?

Do you remember these buses with signs written on them, advertising various companies from Brighton department store Hanningtons to Littlewoods?

Before the days of advertisements being stuck on to buses, they were painted on.

Southdown Motor Services was a bus company that was formed in 1915, purchased by the National Bus Company in 1969 and then acquired by Stagecoach in 1989.

Do you remember the open top Heritage Tour bus from 1986?