The Lincoln High school bus was the subject of an editorial from the National Review in 2015.
The school bus, which ran on the same route as Lincoln High’s football team, was a fixture on the city’s busy arterial roads.
It would run every two to three hours during school hours, and was known for its speed.
The Lincoln High bus, with its distinctive white bus hood and distinctive yellow bell, was nicknamed the “Little Red Bus” in honor of the student athletes, and for its blue bell, which hung from a metal rod at the front of the bus.
It was known as the Lincoln “Bus,” after a student at Lincoln High named Fred E. Lincoln.
Lincoln’s nickname was a play on Lincoln High students, who were known for their fast pace.
When the bus first took to the roads in the early 1960s, the school bus drivers were worried that they might be robbed.
“They’d say, ‘We’ll get him,'” said Robert K. Johnson, who is currently a principal at Lincoln Middle School.
“And we’d say ‘We’re going to get him.'”
The Lincoln bus was owned by John C. Ewell, who died in 2009, and it was a popular fixture on Lincoln’s roads.
“People said, ‘Hey, it’s going to be nice to be on the Lincoln bus, ’cause the bus would go over all those houses,” Johnson recalled.
“You’d have to walk past the houses.
They were always packed.
So you could get lost.”
The bus stopped on occasion, but on other occasions the drivers would pull over to get lunch.
The bus would stop and be driven around by the school’s students for about 15 minutes. “
The bus would stop and be driven around by the school’s students for about 15 minutes.
Johnson said that he never saw a student take a ride on the bus after school, but that he did see a number of Lincoln High football players ride it during football games.”
If the Lincoln boys got a couple of hours’ sleep, it was good for them,” Johnson said, adding that Lincoln students often had “a lot of fun.”
Johnson said that he never saw a student take a ride on the bus after school, but that he did see a number of Lincoln High football players ride it during football games.
The last time Lincoln High took a Lincoln bus to a game was in 1966.
It ran for the next four seasons, and its popularity continued to grow.
“It was the most popular bus,” Johnson told me.
“It was pretty much the most common vehicle on the route.”
“I would always say, I’ve seen the bus in the game, ‘Boy, what a cool thing to do,'” Johnson continued.
“I remember seeing them in the stadium, ‘You know, if you could run for the touchdown, that would be pretty cool.’
“The Lincoln Bus, when it got hit, I think the bus driver said, “This is going to hurt you.'” “
Johnson said that the bus was parked in a field outside the Lincoln campus. “
The Lincoln Bus, when it got hit, I think the bus driver said, “This is going to hurt you.’
“Johnson said that the bus was parked in a field outside the Lincoln campus.
It remained in the field until the following day.
The next day, the Lincoln team would have to get off the bus to get to the field.
It took three hours, but the players were so excited to get out of the car that they made it in time.
Johnson said he believes that Lincoln High players “couldn’t believe that it was over.”
“But it was definitely our favorite. “
There were a lot of us,” Johnson added.
“But it was definitely our favorite.
We were so happy to be there.”
I am very proud to be a part of the Lincoln high school football team.
I will always remember the bus and I will never forget that bus.
The Lincoln bus has been a fixture of Lincoln, New York, since it was built in 1960.
The bus is still parked in the Lincoln State Park in New York City, and a replica of the schoolbus hangs on the walls of the stadium.
“The school had a pretty great football team and they were good students,” Johnson remembered.
“That bus, it gave us the experience of being a football team.”
The Lincoln high bus still lives on, and Johnson hopes that it will someday be restored and used for student transportation again.
“I just hope that I can be a coach someday and see the bus again,” he said.
The bus had something unique.””
What can you say?
The bus had something unique.”