Last picture tonight (my time :-) will be this TT with a danish built bus body. It is the bus from Trøjborg at Aarhus and to another Frederiksberg in Jutland and not the one near Copenhagen.
Sorry but I have not been able to find the building even though the website specifies what roadcross it is taken at.
Pretty neat raised center roof section. Don't think I've ever seen one that way before
On railroad passenger cars, that is called a "clerestory roof" and I believe the reason for that design (on RR passenger cars at least) is to allow additional light and ventilation if needed. In the case of this "omnibus" body, I'd bet that there is a center isle that runs lengthwise between the seats and the clerestory window design provides full standing headroom for walking to rear seats. Kinda' nice design I think,......
Oops,....I meant center "aisle",.....not isle........
I'm continually amazed at how miniscule people appear in these old, old pictures in contrast to the Model T subjects. In this Omnibus picture, the two fellows actually appear to be of another scale. Have preservatives and vitamins made us humans so incredibly larger nowadays?
George -- I believe that was McDonald's. "You want fries with that?"
The two gentlemen are in the 5 foot range. Use the tire/wheel as a measure, just under 3 feet for the tire, just under 6 feet for the people. It's a tall TT bus.
I bet on the back it might read, while the owner of the bus company and bus driver are
Distracted ,the leader of the women’s temperance movement prepares to steel bus.