Kenworthy's of Chapeltown coach trip
The main disadvantage of a charabanc was that there was usually no overhead cover from wet weather, and even if there was, the sides remained open to the elements. So covered motor coaches were a real innovation and the society or club trip in a convoy of coaches became a real treat. Members of this party, equipped with all they need if the weather turns nasty, are outside Kenworthy’s garage with Smith Street in the background.
|Archiving Reference Number||E/470/a/G CHGA|
|Source of original material||Original from David and Jacqueline Winkley|
|Source Individual, Group or Organisation||Chapeltown & High Green Archive|
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