Meet Ernie, a somewhat smaller version of one of the retro buses proudly on display at a Long Hanborough museum.
A group of enthusiasts at the Oxford Bus Museum built a replica of a vintage bus from 1960, perfectly sized for small passengers ahead of half term this week.
Visiting children have been able to hop aboard the playbus, which has been named Ernie in memory of woodworking volunteer Ernie Clack who died in 2015 and has the registration ERN 1E.
John Bayliss, who designed the bus and led the project, did much of the work himself. He said: “It was a challenge but a lot of fun creating the bus from nothing and I hope the youngsters will use their imaginations and get their own enjoyment from it.”
The Bus Museum will be open today and Sunday for more playbus fun.