By Connie Osborne Friday 23 August 2013 Updated: 23/08 07:58
WYTHALL’S Transport Museum will be celebrating 100 years since Birmingham’s first blue and cream buses hit the road.
Classic buses from the 50s, 60s and 70s will be gracing the streets again this weekend (August 25 and 26) as the Chapel Lane museum celebrates the milestone.
Around 100 classic buses, coaches, milk floats and a 1949 Wolverhampton trolleybus which is powered by electricity through overhead wires will also be on offer.
The museum will be open at 10.30am on both days and parking at the site is free.
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