Living in Northern climates, the Snow Bus was a big deal and a necessary mode of travel back in the 50’s and 60’s in Labrador. Before the invention of the 2 person snowmobile, the snow bus was the select mode of transportation. Partly because it could carry supplies and 10 people…partly because it had a heater for the coldest of days of travel. With no highways between our communities at the time, the snow bus moved necessities throughout the winter months. The old snow bus we found buried in the snow was trashed there some 35 years ago. Machinery doesn’t rust very fast in this part of the world so the old body is still in great shape upside down over the bank on Sunday Hill. #ahhah
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