... with a small timetable frame well above eye height; unless catering for relatives of the nearby Cerne Abbas Giant.
And, of course, there is nowhere to buy a ticket. The blue shuttered "shop" in the toilet block is now occupied by a taxi firm and coach tickets can be purchased, we are told, at the tourist information office.
CP is coach park and i is the TiC. As you might expect, this map is NOT on display at the coach stop.
That's it; those are the coaches at Bridport Coach Park; two a day, one service, one departure in each direction. But, let's be fair, perhaps lots of holiday and private hire coaches park in the Coach Park; fbb will doubtless investigate in due course.
Tomorrow, we look at the bus services from the "Coach Park" and their lavish publicity (?). We also meet the town's one-time most famous bus passenger.