24 January 2010

Target Travel Solos

Targets Solos come in two flavours



Managed a day in town yesterday to spend catching up with the bus fleets of Plymouth with my new camera. Quite a few photos still to be processed but we carry on the 'mini' bus series with these two Optare Solos of Target Travel which carry different liveries:
Target Travel X657WYG In the standard 'Solo' pink livery
Target Travel SH51MJY I have to say I think the green and white version is a lot better!
Further Reading

Target Travel - my Flickr Set
Omnibuses: Lost and found
Omnibuses - meets Alan Miller
Omnibuses: The most admired...
PTOTPA: Preservation update
PTOTPA: B176VDV Escapes
PTOTPA: Another on the 26
Woops - a Trident accident in Truro
Friends of WHOTT: Restoration
TGP: Bare bones
TGP: Evenings draw out
TGP: Barnstable

First on Twitter / Facebook 21 Jan 2010
10:32 PLYMOUTH/TORPOINT: We have been advised that we're down to 2 Torpoint ferries again until around 2pm today. We therefore apologise for any consequent delays to the 81/81A/81C which are beyond our control.
14:58 PLYMOUTH/TORPOINT: Three Tamar ferries now in operation so no further potential delays to services 81/81A/81C at moment.

Citybus on Twitter / Facebook 22 Jan 2010
06:54 Due to the serious fire in the Shaugh area, services 58 and 59 are severely curtailed. Service 58 will operate between Lee Moor and the City Centre. Service 59 will operate between the City Centre and Lee Moor Both routes will operate to timetable over the sections of route that they are able to serve There will be no buses in either direction serving Bickleigh Shaugh and Wotter
08:54 Apologies - due to a misunderstanding we managed to lose the first service 58. Another bus has been sent out to cover Cornwood to the City
21:07 The main road through Shaugh Prior has been reopened. Services 58 and 59 will revert to their normal routes on Saturday. These routes have suffered badly with the snow and then this bad fire. We are pleased to see reliability returning to these two routes
Citybus on Twitter / Facebook 23 Jan 2010
14:19 Due to a serious accident at Camels Head all St Budeaux services are diverted via Bridwell Road and Fleetmoor Road. Delays to services 43, 43A, 43B, 26, 29, 46, 47 are unfortunately inevitable
15:31 Camels Head is now open to traffic. All services are returning to normal. There may be a few short delays as buses get back on time.

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