Once protected by a toll gate, this area within the Manchester suburb of Whalley Range was named after the suburbs creator Samuel Brooks. He aimed for the suburb to be "a desirable estate for gentlemen and their families." What could be more desirable for such gentlemen and their families as this striking bus blind?
This is a genuine original bus blind manufactured in 1982 in superb condition for its age. It is expertly framed to order and supplied ready to hang.
Framed dimensions - 79cm x 24cm
Framed in a 25mm wide black card mount with black core, and 25mm wooden frame with black painted finish.
- Delivery & Returns
Delivery: All in stock items are shipped within 1-2 working days via Royal Mail or courier service. Framed items may take slightly longer as most are framed to order. If you require any item in a hurry or for a specific date please get in touch via our contact page and we'll do our best to sort things for you.
Returns: We accept returns up to 30 days after your purchase date. To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. It must also be in the original packaging. For more info see our returns page.