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... was then taken up by Guards of Caterham until 1987 when the operation passed to East Surrey Buses of Godstone (now part of Metrobus) ... East Surrey Buses numbered the route once again, this time as route 363 as the previous number had been used up in 1971 by today's route 263 ... East Surrey passed the route to London Country in October 1996 ...
... Croydon East was a short-lived seat for the 1950 general election, creating three seats in the County Borough of Croydon from the previous two, taking in areas from the East Surrey constituency to the south ... Croydon East took in areas of the former Croydon North and Croydon South constituencies, and East Surrey ... It bordered Croydon West, Croydon North and East Surrey, and, when created, Beckenham ...
... from the previous two, also taking in areas from the East Surrey constituency to the south ... It bordered Croydon East, Croydon North, East Surrey and Mitcham ... re-creating Croydon South and creating Croydon North East and Croydon North West seats ...
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By making it truly happen. It drifts away in fragments.
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