Good thinking! That's one alternative to jamming up the inside of the bus!
Much more formal days...And here the prams have been replaced by bikes...
Nick,Getting a sleeping child out of the pram would be a pest!The whole picture is just fascinating, the dress code, the driver helping, the very different style of the prams.....
EC,I dont think i have ever seen a bike on a bus in this fashion. More power to the cyclists, though
One of our chief ministers was an avid encourager of biking. For a number of years bikers could ride the buses for free. And those buses with bike stands still do a roaring trade.
I wonder if those strollers are crash rated?
It is incredible. Would appear to be from long ago and if this really happened, it would have been an amazing thing. Any idea where this was?
I did see OPAWA on the sign board, but haven't a clue as to where that is.
mark,definitely more solid than anything you would buy now days!
Ramana,Opawa is in New Zealand.My mum is a New Zealander and says she saw this up until 1958, when the family moved to a new town. The only question is did she stop seeing it because it was a regional custom or because it was the end of the era?
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