Photographer's Note

Strange that someone would find pleasure in the scene of an old, chopped school bus full of rear-ends (differentials), eh?

Not for someone who has been a school district transortation director for many years such as myself.

The fleet of late modeled $100,000 buses which I run, don't possess the weight, character or even the air-conditioning feature that this late 1950's GMC-Superior bus has.

Why, not one of my current fleet buses has, nor ever did have a "convertable" roof such as this.

I'd venture to say that the differentials that fill the passenger area of this bus are not the "rear-ends" that she once held. ;o)

There was a peculiar appeal that captivated me when I ran across this scene and I hope that at least a few of you will find some pleasure in it as well.

The "old gal" sits in the Tee-Pee Auto Wrecking yard in Outlook, Washington which is considered part of the "lower" Yakima Valley in eastern Washington State.

God's best, Tim

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