We’ve had a very exciting transport move this month involving the Guinness factory!
The Guinness factory, for those who are not familiar with, is a storehouse which is devoted around the famous Guinness beer. The Guinness Storehouse gives you the opportunity to experience the history of Ireland’s most iconic beer. Consisting of seven floors, you can explore the story of Guinness across the building, before taking in the 360 views of Dublin city from their Gravity Bar!
Now, this was no ordinary bus! We’ve had the opportunity to transport an ‘AEC’ Leyland from the year 1946!
‘AEC’ was a British vehicle manufacturer that built buses, motor coaches and trucks from 1912 until 1979. During World War One, AEC was the most recognised British lorry manufacturer, after building London’s buses before the great war.
The bus was picked up from Kidderminster which is a large historic town in Worcestershire- an area covered by our West Midlands Depot.
After having had restoration work done to make it look brand new, it was heading towards Ireland for a collector. Our West Midlands Depot dropped off the bus into Holyhead to get onto a ferry for it’s next awaited destination… The Guinness Factory in Dublin! Where it will be used as a Tour bus for the Factory
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