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.

Image Details

Archiving Reference Number E/470/a/G CHGA
Search Year
Type Photograph
Contributor/s Original from David and Jacqueline Winkley
Collection Holder
Date Donated to the EDA 1st October 2016

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