More than 500 “bus nuts” of all ages attended the annual Pacific Bus Museum open house to admire 35 classic school, transit and charter buses.
The event, held in Fremont, California, on Aug. 18, included the museum’s own 26 operational buses, manufactured from the 1930s through 1990s, along with visiting historic and modern vehicles.
Also displayed were the museum’s collection of bus memorabilia and an operating model train layout around a model bus depot. The schedule included a flea market, raffles, a barbecue luncheon and a bus caravan.
The museum was incorporated as a California non-profit organization in 1991. It is supported by about 200 members who live throughout the United States and Canada.