05 April 2011

Dennis has been on a diet

Plymouth Citybus 202 X202CDV "Dennis Dart" Plymouth Citybus 202 X202CDV "Dennis Dart" All the stickers have come straight from 112 which is still in service in plain Citybus livery.
Plymouth 112 (L112 YOD)
Creative Commons licensed flickr photo shared by Ian Kirby

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  • Today, the author of the Omnibuses blog posted an interesting April Fool's joke which claimed to show the details of the new *potential* local First brands in the south, including new fleetnames, liveries and more Southern England Bus Scene
  • As many of you will be aware, a Bus-Rapid-Transit system is being introduced along part of the old railway line between Fareham and Gosport. Southern England Bus Scene
  • While the bus industry was eying up the prospect of local branding & liveries at First UK Bus, something no less radical was actually happening at Greater Manchester PTE. A change of name, for example Omnibuses
  • The first Ryde Pier was opened in 1814 as a promenade for pedestrians and a dock for shipping. Prior to that, those crossing the Solent had to change to "tow boats" which were dragged on to the beach. Public Transport Experience
  • Oh. Veolia. What’s Occurrin’? More sad news from the promise that was once Veolia, I’m afraid. Omnibuses

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