The ninth running of Imberbus took place on Saturday, 26th August 2017 when a record twenty-three vehicles provided the annual bus service across Salisbury Plain to the “lost village” of Imber and beyond.
In this DVD you will see: The Friday set-up work by the volunteers; The early arrivals at Warminster on Saturday morning; A driver’s eye view across the Plain to Imber and the four village destinations . . . and lots of roadside footage as both classic and modern buses kick up the dust on the normally-closed road across the army ranges; Imber Interlude focuses on the ancient village and its surviving buildings, including Imber Court, the Bell Inn and the Church of St Giles, and relates the sad story of the villagers evicted from their homes in 1943; The second half of the programme concentrates on the Gore Cross interchange and the onward journeys to Tilshead, Chitterne, Brazen Bottom and New Zealand Farm Camp; The finale is the mass departure of vehicles from Imber Church to bring the event to a close.
DVD Features: Motion menus and our ‘Commentary Off’ button.
Presented & Narrated by David Maxey.
Produced by - Visions International
Running time - 78 minutes approx
Released - 2017