Well many of you who went to school in the 60's probably do.
They were the buses that used to pick up the handicapped school kids.
The minibuses were grey and had "Corporation of Dundee Education Committee" on the side.
When we went to Balerno primary in the 60's, one of these buses used to pass us daily, down Banchory Road and along Balerno Street, picking up the kids who needed special treatment.
You couldn't help feel sorry for them mind you, while at the same time reminding yourself how lucky you were to have your full health.
Not that us able bodied kids had it all easy.
I remember the pupils who wore metallic callipers on their legs. Then there were some who had the big pink hearing aid. The majority of specs worn were the wire penny roonders, which often had one lens covered up with elastoplast due to their lazy eye. When we did P.E. that's when we discovered some kids had verrucas, ganglions and chilblains. Not forgetting those who had lice or the ones who breathed with snot bubbles popping out and in. There were also guys who would regularly faint, but only when at assembly. I also recall we had our fair share of pee-the-beds and keechy breeks.
Ah yes, it's all coming back now.
And just remember - we were the lucky ones!!