I'd be the fist to join you on that lovely old bus. I assume it is a very early version of what we used to call "The Midland Red". When I was a nipper they used to run into Birmingham up the Bristol Rd. We used to catch one into 'town' if the Corporation buses were full. The only snag was - they were twice the fare! :(Cheers....Bernard.ps If you want a slightly larger video from YT (ie column width), you can click on 'custom' and enter any size you fancy. I notice yours here is width 420.If you change that to, say, 450 before downloading it will be slightly wider.Unless you know your column width, it is a bit of 'trial & error'. Cheers.
Yes Bernard that bus was parked up in the Midland Red Garage at Shrewsbury - it was being used for a promotional event - there is a lot more info on the website www.wheels.co.uk - oh and thankyou for the technical info - I shall make a note of that = have a good week - Jane
They were still called Midland Red when I was growing up in Coventry. By the way I'll take Jazz in July please.Jane x
Like your pic of the bus.
What a cool looking bus. Great shots. Carver, ABC Wednesday Team
Wait for me while I just hop on - always enjoy a good ride.Leslieabcw team
Love that bus for Kalamity's sake:)That's how I feel, always trying to catch up with the right letter, lol!
a jaunty rideROG, ABC Wednesday team
That's a beautiful vehicle. Kool looking too!Korean Souvenir Rose, ABC Wednesday Team
I'm late but finally here! I'm ready for a journey NOW, Wait wait till June, July or January? :))
Hello Jane, loving your blog, your pictures make me feel at home ! I used to live close to Church Stretton in the hills, it's good to talk to a fellow Salopian.
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