Harpers Buses Rescued!


Re blog because of update

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I have hung back on this story as me mate Brownhills Bob originally blogged about these two coaches rotting away in Ireland and Aston Manor trying to raise the money, and I did not want to steal his story, but he has not blogged, so here goes.

For years they had been left to rot in a field behind an old barn, hundreds of miles away, but now this pair of vintage buses manufactured in the Black Country have returned home to be restored to their former glory.
The coaches came off the production line at Guy Motors Ltd. factory in Fallings Park, Wolverhampton in 1959 and were bought by the Heath Hayes firm Harper Brothers to carry passengers on day trips to the coast. After eleven years of service they were sold to a scout group in Northern Ireland in 1971 and re-deployed to ship youngsters from their headquarters…

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