Britain's coldest bus stop has been found, and a huge wool cap was immediately put on to help the waiting passengers keep warm.
The coldest bus stop in Britain is located on Grampian Road in Aviemore, Cairngorms Mountains, Scotland, where passengers are often shivering because the temperature is often below 19.4 degrees Celsius this winter. The cold record also made the station the coldest bus stop in Britain, beating previous record holders. Previous records were as follows: bus stops in Manchester (minus 17 degrees Celsius), Brecon Beacons in Wales (minus 14.7 degrees Celsius), and bus stops in Northern Ireland (minus 11.1 degrees Celsius). For this reason, the bus stop on Grampian Road was wearing a huge red wool cap to keep the waiting passengers warm. In order to weave this huge wool cap, people used 11.5 kilometers of wool, weighing up to 15 kilograms... Obviously, the grandmothers who knitted the hat also spent a lot of time.
It is reported that the giant wool cap was specially made and installed by Heinz Company for waiting passengers. A spokesman for the company said: "Heinz Company knows the pain of waiting at the coldest bus stop." "The car you are waiting for is delayed by the heavy snow, and worse still, you forget to wear a hat, gloves and scarf; you can only bite your teeth and endure the cold, but in a moment, you are almost frozen to death." "Of course, Heinz is also very happy to be able to provide tomato soup and warmth to passengers on the bus in the coldest part of the UK, and it's a great honor for Heinz."