[Passenger Transport Company bus steering wheel]

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Probably a Passenger Transport Company bus. From the behind the driver's seat, over the steering wheel and looking out the windscreen. The windscreen is a split window with a piece of metal down the middle. On the roof above the driver's seat is a mirror in which part of a seat can be seen. To the left is gap through which part of the destination sign can be seen. One of a set of four photographs showing the seating from the back (02/080/033), from the front (02/080/034), the driver's seat (02/080/031) and steering wheel (this record). 02/080/033 shows that this is no. 22. There are three possibilities for no. 22: a 1927 Stewart 19, a 1939 Leyland Cheetah RLZ05 or a 1966 Bedford SB3.
Physical Description
1 photograph : black and white ; 14 x 21 cm.
40 Hand-written
sketch of a drum with two right-angled pieces on top. Graffito
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Credit Line
1950s. [Passenger Transport Company bus steering wheel], 02/080/030. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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