Brooks's Bar 1969 Framed Bus Blind

Brooks's Bar 1969 Framed Bus Blind

Vendor
The Letter Arty
Regular price

£95.00

Sale price
£95.00

Named after Samuel Brooks, the local businessman and landowner who created Whalley Range, Brooks's Bar is the small area where Chorlton Road and Withington Road meet, once home to a toll gate restricting access to this historically wealthy area until 1896. So whether you have an attachment to the area or share a surname with its wealthy creator, this is the bus blind for you!

A little more compact in size than the standard bus blinds at 71cm wide, this 60s original is printed on an early tyvek type material, giving an incredibly crisp finish with a slight gloss shine to the white lettering. It is in excellent condition for its age.

Framed dimensions - 71cm x 23cm
Framed in a 30mm wide black card mount with black core, and 30mm wooden frame with black painted finish. Supplied framed and ready to hang.