Singapore's bus enthusiasts: Student's bedroom doubles as a bus workshop

Student Jeshua Tan’s bedroom is strewn with tools and an array of “Bus Stopping” signs, destination displays and a remote- controlled coin box, picked up from scrapyards and lovingly restored. ST PHOTO: GIN TAY
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SINGAPORE - Aspiring electrician Jeshua Tan, 19, cannot stop tinkering with old bus parts.

His bedroom doubles as a workshop and is strewn with tools and an array of "Bus Stopping" signs, destination displays and a remote-controlled coin box, picked up from scrapyards and lovingly restored.

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