Booth and Fisher Bus in Killamarsh in 1957. Photo courtesy of R. Monk.

3 thoughts on “Booth and Fisher Bus in Killamarsh in 1957. Photo courtesy of R. Monk.

  1. hello christine, as i said i do not remember you,but i know where you lived and live now. i phoned our kathrine.simple. i am pleased you did post a reply because it does show people do read the comments and take the time to answer. michael.

  2. just browsing when i came across these photos of the booth and fisher buses at highmoor. i lived at hut lane highmoor. kathryn jackson is my sister. the buses did turn round at highmoor.later they did go up bridge street past the manor carrying on to highmoor then onto worksop.i think they did this route every 2hrs.i think they went up lock hill on the other hour.this route went from beighton to worksop.i never went to sheffield on the booth and fisher.i only used it to go to eckington. i went to sheffield on the sheffield double decker which turned round at the bottom of lock hill then later at norwood.eventhough i lived at highmoor i do not remember christine bartholomew. where did you live christine? mick weston.

    • Hello Michael,
      I remember seeing you when I used to come into the shop with my mum. I didn’t actually live at Highmoor. I used to walk up to the bus stop from Rose Cottage at the top of Spinkhill Lane where I lived. My dad was a nurseryman and maybe you remember his rose field both at Highmoor and at Rose Cottage. His business was called Rose Cottage Nurseries. I remember all your family and your mum who wrote poetry and whose lovely words could be seen in the church magazines.
      Kind regards,

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