The London Transport Museum has been selling transport moquette socks for a while, but now they’ve brought out a bumper pack of socks.

Inside each box, there are 12 pairs of socks of each design:

  • District Line moquette – designed by Jacqueline Groag
  • Routemaster Bus moquette – designed by Douglas Scott in1953
  • Metropolitan Diamond moquette – designed by John Holdsworth and Co.
  • RT Type Bus moquette – used on buses from 1947 to the early 1980s
  • Straub moquette – designed by Marriane Straub for the Northern and Bakerloo lines and buses.
  • Greenline moquette – used on BEA coaches and RF buses in the 1950s and 1960s.
  • S-stock moquette – designed in 2011.
  • Victoria Line moquette – designed by Bombardier in 2009
  • New Routemaster Bus moquette – designed by Heatherwick Studio.
  • Barman moquette – designed by Wallace Sewells in 2010.
  • Elizabeth Line moquette – designed by Wallace Sewells in 2015.
  • Overground Standard moquette – designed by Wallace Sewells in 2007.

The box of socks costs £80 from the LT Museum shop, which compares favourably with the other deals they have for £40 for five pairs of socks

The Ultimate socks in a box is available from here.

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3 comments
  1. Mrs Redboots says:

    Surely it is only one pair of socks of each design – 12 pairs, not 144 pairs!

  2. michael william scott bundy says:

    If you buy these socks you can take off your shoes and put your feet up on the seats and no-one will notice !

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