What is the difference, you may ask, between a 91 and a 92? It took fbb's agile (?) brain some time to spot the cunning plan. The 92 hops off the A30 to Mitchell ...
Daytime 91s rush fearlessly by on the dual carriageway!
This fbb map (keep it simple!) illustrates the whole new set up.
Confused? Take a couple of paracetamol, lie down in a darkened room for a bit then try again. It's all very simple; a bit like imaginary numbers, the fourth dimension and the properties of the tesseract.
Back in 1971, Western National ran routes 601, 602 and 603 between Newquay and St Austell.
So there you have it. Draw whatever conclusions you will; but one thing is certain beyond any shadow of doubt. There is no room in the market for two operators with an hourly service each. There simply are insufficient passengers, even less during the Winter months. The situation post Monday 3rd November is not sustainable. Will WG fight back and First retreat, unwilling to spoil an improved Cornwall business with loss making routes? Or will WG cave in and downsize?