Bus No. 99’s new home will be a sturdy metal building, with a gently pitched metal roof. You may notice its colors: cream and a dark cobalt blue. This color combination is both symbolic and highly practical. They are the colors of the P&W Bus Company. While No. 99 herself is no longer the brilliant cobalt-bordering-navy blue with cream accents, our bus building can certainly celebrate those traditional P&W Bus Company colors. As an added bonus, a lighter roof color will assist in maintaining lower interior building temperatures during the summer. The bus building will have one man-door and two roll-up doors, one of which opens onto Main Street, the other of which opens onto the alley behind the building. This will allow No. 99 easier egress and ingress during parades and other Museum-related functions. In this current concept image, we feature a metal-printed historical picture of the P&W Bus Fleet mounted on the front façade, under which will appear a plaque thanking our donors and benefactors by name. As our project develops, we will also find places to feature local artists’ outdoor-friendly artwork, as this is vital to making our downtown look more dynamic and alive.