02 October 2012

Citybus Timetable 23 24

Continuing our look at the new timetables from 11 November 2012 with the 23/24:



  • Variation Accepted: Operating between PLYMOUTH Royal Parade and PLYMOUTH Royal Parade given service number 23/24 effective from 11-Nov-2012. To amend Route and Timetable.

Service 23D will be replaced by Service 23. Both services have minor time changes in the peaks, with some additional late evening services on Sundays being provided by the Service 23. Sunday and Bank Holiday services are to operate with hourly service 23 and an hourly service 24

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Plymouth Citybus Timetable 23 24

Plymothian Transit Extra 23 24

Plymouth Citybus 202 X202CDV "Dennis Dart"


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  • This week, a photo from my new home at Storthes Hall, with my new stalwart batch of vehicles. T661 VWU is one of a fair amount of Volvo Olympians based in Huddersfield PTOTHA
  • On the day of the brand new Plymouth Life Centre opening, a strange twist of fate led to the opportunity to photograph the swift demise of the Central Park Pools. Hidden Plymouth
  • Is it really 25 years ago this September? It surely is. September 1987 was the date that Quayshelf Ltd t/a Badger Vectis began its short but extremely intense competition along the east Dorset coast against Wilts & Dorset. Dorset Bus Blog
  • August Bank Holiday saw a superb charity running day organised for the benefit of Cancer Research UK and based on Freeport shopping centre at Braintree in north Essex. The cancer charity was chosen in memory of Essex preservationist Tony Langley who was a victim of cancer earlier this year. Transport Illustrated
  • As Winston Spencer Churchill didn't say in October 1939:- I cannot forecast to you the location of Croxley Green. It is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma; but perhaps there is a key. That key is total secrecy in Hertfordshire's national interest. Public Transport Experience

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