|The bus terminus beside the primary school (right). The terminus was not paved with bitumen but red laterite.|
The trees were just saplings in those days, with the undeveloped hill at the rear.
The bus was the British Seddon model.
|The bus had just reversed backwards from its parked position and preparing to leave the terminus.|
Blks 21, 20 and 23 (7-storey blk). See the hedges planted around all the grass fields.
|A Green Bus No. 5 Vulcan bus passing the Hillview Circus.|
On the right, the fence of the Hong Kong Rope factory and the Chinese kampong opposite.
Related links: The No 5 Bus Terminus at Princess Elizabeth
More photos on the Green Bus Co No. 5 service.
|No 5 bus leaving Queens Street terminus.|
How many of you boys can remember using Brylcreem?
|No. 5 bus after refuelling at the King Albert Park depot.|
Very common occurrence, giving passengers a free whiff of diesel!
|No.5 bus waiting at the Queen's Street Terminus.|
The route was Queen's Street, Rohor Canal Road, Bukit Timah Road,
Upper Bukit Timah Road, Hillview Road, Princess Elizabeth Estate.
|No 5 bus at Rochor Canal Road.|
|No 5 bus boarding passengers along Bukit Timah Road.|
|No 5 buses bunching up along Bukit Timah Road. As usual !|