Oh my, something seems to have happened to the door!
I'm sure the parishioners are thrilled to have this lovely piece of "artwork" across the street from their sanctuary. Nice to see that the bunkbeds are still intact.
It's really quite a piece of mobile creativity, so it's no surprise that it's affiliated with the Knockdown Center, which prefers skankily decorated vehicles with out-of-state plates.
I find it hard to believe that those racks are street legal, but at least they are sans gas tanks this time.
Here we have a shot of the whole vehicle.
And now a word from our correspondent:
"What I find interesting is when I have seen this bus it is parked on the same place on Banker Street (just north of Nassau/Berry) OR on Bogart between McKibben and Boerum. They seem to have an IBZ fetish."(The strategy is to hide where you think no one will complain about your fleabag motel on wheels.)
Lol.....Welcome yuppies and hipsters to your next home! What a miserable site!
Why can't Queens have a Magical Blue Bus too?
We would welcome one with open arms as we are a diverse and vibrant borough. Whaddaya say Queens?
It's truly amazing what passes for art and culture these days in NYC: This looks like something out of Fred Sanford's junk shop.
"Why can't Queens have a Magical Blue Bus too?"
Oh, but it does! This bus transports people to the Knockdown Center in Maspeth. It's an inter-borough bus!
Saints be praised! Queens has it all. No need to leave this borough, by bridge or tunnel or any other means.
i have seen this bus parked there for m months .
It's looks really unsafe.
Although don't worry about the church, no one goes there.It's empty all the time.
I wouldn't be surprised that the diocese knows about it.
the Magic Bus
I wonder if this is where the gas cans ended up.
Does it have a working bathroom?
It a working bathroom.
I mean it IS a working bathroom.
The guy who runs these buck buses is actually named "Mr BLue" at least that's what they said when I took this bus during the strike
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