Maesgeirchen? A huge housing estate of approx 4000 inhabitants at Bangor, North Wales. Building work began in the 30s and continued post World War II with modern additions and improvements. The suburb is separated from the town centre itself by Bangor Mountain criss-crossed by footpaths and "short cuts".
Arriva's leaflet map (also downloadable) hints at the alternatives in Bangor but is coyly secretive about the bits of missing service in Maesgeirchen itself.
The Padarn bus map is as elegant in its simplicity as it is astounding in its lack of information!
But there are still a few snags.
Traveline recognises the 75 as well but its downloadable full timetable runs to 16 pages of PDF files, sometimes combining 75 & 79, sometimes showing them separately. Not helpful.
But what, I hear you cry, about Gwynedd county's website? Hey it's good - with a full list of timetables in route number order. fbb gives it seven out of ten. Why not 10/10 if it's that good?
No maps! AND they don't seem to know about Padarn's service 75, either!!!
It's not easy being green!
And an amusing P.S. Have a look at the map of Padarn's service 71, courtesy of the always-efficient Traveline. (?) Note particularly the line of motorway straightness across Bangor Mountain and the St Deiniol Golf Course, presumably served by Padarn's popular service of powered golf carts! Such is the consequence of computer generated information. Just to confirm, there is no such road - well done Traveline!