History on Wheels
The BUS-eum 3, a traveling exhibit that tells the story of German POWs held in camps during WWII, made a stop Thursday at Newtown Friends School.
The TRACES mobile museum, a retrofitted school bus called the BUS-eum 3, made a stop Thursday at Newtown Friends School. The bus, a mobile exhibit from the TRACES Center for History and Culture, has been on tour throughout the Eastern Seaboard telling the story of prisoners of war in WWII.
The BUS-eum 3 began its tour in August 2010 and is finishing up this month. Driver Irving Kellman has made stops at schools, libraries, museums and historical societies.
TRACES Center for History and Culture is a history museum located in Saint Paul, Minn.
To confirm the BUS-eum’s itinerary or learn more about this exhibit, see www.TRACES.org.