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Former Hants & Dorset 1508, BRU138B is a Bristol Lodekka FS6B, now serving as a static display and summertime cafe for an adjacent British-style pub called "Cheers/City Lounge"
This bus was obviously well-travelled as there was a sign on the platform for "Martins Bus & Coach Sales, Middlewich" and what looked like Dutch signage under some of the existing paintwork. Anyone know its history?
As is so often the case with "British" pubs overseas, there only seem to be the usual US, German, Irish and French beers/lagers on sale. Why can’t we British produce a good beer that travels well (no - not Watney’s Red Barrel!)?
Photo taken by Paul Haywood, Thursday 19 May 2016, Zelenih beretki, Sarajevo
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