I certainly haven't seen much in the way of changes to them.
Isn't that the truth? I'd kind of like to ride on one again. Love this retro-style photo.
Why mess with success, right?
So true, Lowell! There don't seem to have been any safety improvements in them at all.
Oh, I do so agree with you!!! Not even a tiny change, just the same old, dull buses!! Hope your week is off to a great start!!
Very true, and here in Quebec they are all French. :)
It's familiar, why change it.
I like your retro treatment of this. You can almost set your watch by one of these that comes by our house in the afternoon.
A very nice photo of a common subject, I like the sepia tone here.Have the school buses all the same color too? Yellow?
j'aime bien le traitement, on retourne en enfance
old and beautifull
School bus in general is a great idea, and sadly a thing we do not have yet...
You are absolutely correct. When I first looked at the photo I thought it could have been shot in the 1950s. It is timeless.
I have never thought of that but you are so right!
This shot looks so vintage. Love it!
I remember that when I was a kid there was a rectangular version. Maybe it wasn't as safe as this shape.
Most of them are yellow though--hahaha!!!I never did get to ride on a school bus though and I'm ok with that.MB
I never thought about it, but you're absolutely right! I guess some things don't change...
Yup". There was some push to get seatbelts installed a few years ago, but that didn't go anywhere. Not that it would have changed the outside. I guess the theory is the yellows easy to spot from a distance even before the red flag.
When I see this.... it reminds me of many of the American films I have seen.To me it is typical American.Here where I am living there are not school busses.More rural places have bus transport for pupils living outside villages and fare away from the schools.Some even have to use a boat to go to school.
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