Obvious when you know, isn't it?
Yet another West Yorkshire variation appeared on many bus stops, this time with underlining but with a noticeably squarer font.
One thing is abundantly clear, however. There is something that speaks stability, reliability and operator pride about the simple (classic?) liveries of yesteryear. The oft-labelled "boring" paint schemes of yore had the benefit of being easy to maintain and, in general, looking good even as they aged.
Does a flashy twirly livery with lots of "clever" graphics really attract more business?
After all we ALL knew where to shop in Newcastle, didn't we?