BUS enthusiasts and families had plenty of fun at the Wythall Transport Museum over the bank holiday weekend.
On Sunday and Monday visitors basked in the warm sunshine and had more than 40 vintage bus rides to choose from.
They also got to check out the venue’s extensive collection of classic buses, coaches, milk floats and bread vans and the popular 1949 Wolverhampton electric trolleybus.
Plus there were miniature train rides and the Kids Kabin area to ensure all ages left with smiles on their faces.
The museum’s chairman Dave Taylor told The Standard: “Sunshine on a bank holiday, what a refreshing change.
“The museum is putting Wythall on the map nationwide as many enthusiasts travel considerable distances to join us on these event days.
“We’re privileged some of them bring their valuable vehicles with them to give rides to the public as it means every event has something different to offer.”