Glacier National Park is famous for its iconic old-fashioned tour buses with ten doors and an open roof. I’ve never been to the park, but I built the bus for BayLUG’s "National Parks" theme building contest at the September 2010 meeting, and displayed it at BrickCon 2010 in Seattle. I’ve made a few minor adjustments since then, but the original build was done in only two hours.
The Glacier Park Inc. Web site has the following to say about these famous red buses:
The White Motor Company between 1936 and 1938 built glacierâ€™s red-with-black trim vehicles. This fleet of Red Buses is considered the oldest intact fleet of passenger carrying vehicles anywhere. These 17 passenger convertible touring sedans are more than a mere means of transportation for locals and visitors – they are cherished, elegant icons of Glacier National Park.
Here’s a picture from their site of the real thing in action:
As always, click on my model to see the rest of the photos in Flickr or view them as a slideshow.