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By Tristan Harris Wednesday 06 August 2014 Updated: 07/08 23:39
THE WYTHALL Transport Museum will be opening on Saturdays, Sundays and Wednesday afternoons from 2.30pm throughout this month.
Visitors will be able to ride one of the buses from the prize-winning collections.
The museum, in Chapel Lane, Wythall, boasts 100 classic buses, coaches, milk floats and bread vans.
The museum’s exhibition hall takes you through the decades with films, games, and a bus cab that makes all the
right noises when you press the start button.
Parking is free.
Museum trustee Malcolm Keeley said: "‘More and more people are enjoying our classic buses which really make things come
alive and are a reminder of the days when they were the way most people got about.
"They are pure nostalgia for some while car users and kids relish the chance to look over the hedges and across the lovely
Visit www.wythall.org.uk for more information on the museum and when the classic buses run.
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