The Historic Red Bus of Glacier National Park was built in the 1930s then rebuilt 2001 to run on propane to shuttle visitors. Montana, USA.
The Historic Red Bus of Glacier National Park (in Montana, USA) was built on 1930s chassis by the White Motor Company, then rebuilt in 2001 to run on propane. A fleet of these vintage motor coaches provide tours and shuttle services in the park. I highly recommend using public transportation, as park traffic can be very heavy over Going to the Sun Road. A "Jammer" (driver) drives the "Red" (bus). Since 1932, Canada and USA have shared Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, which UNESCO declared a World Heritage Site (1995) containing two Biosphere Reserves (1976). Published by National Geographic Children's Books 2011: "Ultimate Weird But True."Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download