Polish bus driver Pawel takes a philosophical look at the world from the cab of the Number 77 bus.
This workshop was based around the Number 77 First Bus service which runs between Henbury and Hartcliffe. Three passengers and two drivers came together to share their stories and experiences, with the help of Aikaterini Gegisian and Paddy Uglow and support from Bristol’s Museums, Galleries & Archives.
My thoughts are very mixed…
Especially when I have to make a story,
The story, a story
About this what is my daily schedule .
It doesn’t help,
Just a service 77…
Up and down, down and up,
Through the centre…
The same buildings ,
The same faces…
But they’re so different!
Bristol is everything everywhere,
And… I am here.
Did I lose something in the place I thought I’ll find it?
Is life going to change?
Not only for me,
Lots of them…
They’ve got the same problem as me…
I can see that on their faces.
Where is it?
Does God help you survive til Friday?
I know it’s killing us,
Targets without final points
What’s the final point actually?
I am almost finished,
It’s gona be end for today,
My last stop…
I’m geting off here.
Funny, isn’t it?
Who will dirve it now,
Does everyone get to the end,
V shaped valley created by Catherine Trigg flickr.com, used under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.5 licence.
Milford Road created by davidbriody flickr.com, used under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.5 licence.
Winding Road created by Tlelizardque (flickr.com), used under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.5 licence.
Bristol pictures created by Floyd Nello (flickr.com), used under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.5 licence.
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