DVD: Imberbus


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DVD (78 minutes): Imberbus.

The Wiltshire village of Imber was evacuated in 1943 to allow American troops prepare for the invasion of Europe but the Ministry of Defence retained the facilities after the war. It has been off limits since, including much of the surrounding area of Salisbury Plain, except for the occasional open day.

2017 was the ninth Imberbus running day across Salisbury Plain to the village and beyond to Tilshead, Chitterne, Brazen Bottom and New Zealand Farm Camp. This DVD tells the story of the 2017 event when a record of 23 vehicles operated in service (traditional and New Routemasters), and includes a look at the surviving buildings of Imber and the sad story of the villagers evacuated from their homes, never to return.

By purchasing this DVD you are helping the Royal British Legion and the Friends of St Giles (the village church at Imber).

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Weight 0.165 kg
Dimensions 260 x 200 x 2.49 mm
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