Buses and coaches in the colours of the rainbow (and one or two other shades besides)…
Blue – Naughtons
Yellow – PPH
Violet – Uno
Orange – Penine Motors
Green – Bickers of Coddenham
Red – City of Oxford
…Perhaps we can have the resistance colour-code next? Bk,Br,R,O,Y,Gr,Bl,V,Gy,W 😉
ps – is that Clint Eastwood driving the Pennine Motors school run? 😉
You can read about the Weekly Photo Challenge at https://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/roy-g-biv/
This is one where I will offer you a link to my other blog as an opportunity to understand what Off-Season means to a football supporter. You will find a photo of our departing Manager with the Club Chairman within the post. I thought it would be more interesting than photos of empty stands and advertising hoardings 😉 Please see Summertime Blues.
You can read about the Weekly Photo Challenge at https://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/off-season/ – and catch up with some great photos by other wordpress bloggers 🙂
This is a detail of the War Memorial Located at the junction of Station Road with Hills Road in Cambridge. The War Memorial stands outside the entrance to the Botanic Gardens. The Soldier looks towards the station, from where his fallen comrades will never disembark again. The memorial is called The Homecoming and is the work of Canadian sculptor Dr Robert Tait Mackenzie. It was unveiled by the then Duke of York, later King George VI, in July 1922. Information from Cambridge News. The memorial is dedicated to “The men of Cambridgeshire, The Isle of Ely, The Borough and University of Cambridge who served in The Great War 1914-1919 and in The World War 1939-1945” – the latter part of the dedication being added after WWII. Close inspection reveals that the soldier is carrying a rose with his tin hat and that the hat itself has a garland of olives.