An Australian tour group heading to the museum for the afternoon are shown
having to push their bus in downtown New Albany.
Because of the parking in the middle of the street, it was impossible for the bus to make a wide enough turn to enter the street correctly, so they got a wheel stuck…and had to push.
Happily, the Aussies were successful, but we doubt it is too good an idea for tourists to be having to push their buses through our streets.
We are reminded of William Faulkner’s character, Boon Hoggenbeck, who had to employ mules to get him back on the road to Memphis in Faulkner’s novel, The Reivers.
But Boon was on the roads about 1905, and this is 2016 in New Albany, where parking in the middle of the street is illegal.New Albany MS, The Reviers