SIXTY-FOOT BUS TO CARRY VISITORS AT WORLD’S FAIR (Dec, 1932)
SIXTY-FOOT BUS TO CARRY VISITORS AT WORLD’S FAIR
Sixty feet long, but able to turn in its own length, is a bus designed to carry visitors about the grounds at the Chicago World’s Fair, next year. Of a semi-trailer type, it will accommodate fifty seated passengers and forty-five standing. A fleet of sixty of the machines has been ordered at a cost of $300,000. Two of them are already in use at the fair grounds and another will soon start on a tour of the country, carrying a miniature reproduction of the World’s Fair as it will appear when ready to be opened to the public. The tour will be for the purpose of advertising the big attraction.