16 October 2010

Life after Plymouth: W805PAF

Another of the Plymouth buses which have escaped to elsewhere in the country as First continue to cut back their network:
First 53005 W805PAF
©Anthony John Powell
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1 comment:

  1. What a horrible sight a Devon/Cornwall bus but certainly not a local destination!


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