I know we all love trolley buses (and can't wait for the flash new three-axle jobbies to start ripping it up along Kent Terrace) but this must have been horrendous to be involved in at 5.15 yesterday afternoon. And deeply amusing for those of NOT involved, of course.
I'm sure you know that the Wellingtonista is a big fan of the trolley buses, and thinks that everyone who bitches about the wires overhead being an eyesore is an idiot. You probably think that it's because we're dirty leftie greenies that we're fond of the wires, but the truth is, we like them because it's hilarious when they go down. Like this morning, watching a trolley-bus having to get shunted by another bus out of a major Hataitai intersection.
Auckland, 1963. Three young boys meet in Family Court. Made wards of state and taken to Ōwairaka Boys' Home. A story of darkness and pain, and resilience as they survive through the power of friendship, culture, and music.
This week Results Last Week – Wellington Road Walking Championships, 25th of September Some excellent results were had by Scottish, including a NZ Record! 10km A Grade: W80 1st Daphne Jones 1:22:47 (NZ And Wellington Masters Record), W60 1st Terri Grimmett 1:12:05, 2nd Helen Willis 1:16:42, M65 1st Bob Gardner 1:21:45 10km B Grade: 1st Ian Morton 1:09:10 5km B […]
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