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What does LPTB stand for?

LPTB stands for London Passenger Transport Board (UK)

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Closer to home, the superb architectural and engineering work accomplished by the London Passenger Transport Board, a public corporation established in 1933, proved what could be achieved when the going was tough: extensions to the tube, new stations and rolling stock.
5 Frank Pick was Director of the London Passenger Transport Board and Charles Holden was the chief architectural consultant.
In the inter-war years, a Conservative government nationalised the British Broadcasting Company (which became the Corporation) in 1927 and the National Government created the London Passenger Transport Board in 1933 with a virtual public-sector monopoly over bus, Tube and tram services across an area far wider than the then boundaries of the London County Council.