28 March 2014

Dog Dart

Western Greyhound 

Western Greyhound

©Richard Smith
Western Greyhound are starting to use their Dennis Darts on the Plymouth service. Still in plain white we have 213 sitting at Bretonside a few days ago

A welcome update from Plymouth Citybus that some may have missed:


Good news - our zone three Dayrider £4.20p is now available on the 79 services, enabling through journeys on service 12 and access to the full PCB network. 
VOSA  notices have now been posted for the 79:

Service 79

PH0000135/158 - PLYMOUTH CITYBUS LTD, MILEHOUSE, MILEHOUSE ROAD, PLYMOUTH, PL3 4AA Registration Accepted by SN
  • Starting Point: Kelly Bray, Parsons Green
  • Finish Point: Tavistock Bus Station
  • Via: Callington, Gunnislake
  • Service Number: 79
  • Service Type: Normal Stopping
  • Effective Date: 25-MAR-2014
  • Other Details: Monday to Saturday except bank holidays.

Service 79

PH0006741/114 - WESTERN GREYHOUND LTD, WESTERN HOUSE, ST. AUSTELL STREET, SUMMERCOURT, NEWQUAY, TR8 5DR Registration Accepted by SN
  • Starting Point: Kelly Bray
  • Finish Point: Tavistock Bus Station
  • Via: Callington, Gunnislake
  • Service Number: 79
  • Service Type: Normal Stopping
  • Effective Date: 26-MAR-2014
  • Other Details: Monday to Saturday.

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