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evo stik bus

Title: evo stik bus
Posted by: john macdonald on 01-01-2011

Discussion: l remember when l was younger being taken to see a bus that was completely covered in shells all glued on , we met the woman who actually done it that day . Can anyone any info or pictures of this and whatever happened to it .
many thanks

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Posted by: Michael Kristiansen on 07-02-2011

John, sorry for the delay in replying to your last post. I have been trying to find out what happened to the bus but no no avail.

Posted by: joanna reeves on 04-02-2011

Did u ever live in london?

Posted by: john macdonald on 02-01-2011

thanks for the info , do you know whatever happened to it

Posted by: Michael Kristiansen on 02-01-2011

Hi John
The lady mentioned was Mrs. Lachlan Johstone and lived in a thatched cottage, immediately on the left side of the road ,just past Iochdar school. If look at photos on here, there is one showing the small church and the house on the opposite side. She also made small ornaments from shells which could be bought.

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