Something at Seaton
Except that the X53 ceased on 7th May 2016. The timetable is two months out of date.
Something Outside Axminster Station.
A while ago fbb reported that one of these had appeared.
Don't worry, the all-knowing fbb will explain it.
South Station is, of course, Dorchester.
Marine Place is, as all arriving passengers will know, Seaton.
Exeter is, unbelievably, believable
Kings Statue sits impressively at the bus terminus at Weymouth
Axminster Millw, Rail Station is equally easy. "Millw" is a bit of Millwey Rise but the text does not scroll. And, in case you are really confused, Rail Station is where you are standing, more or less, looking attentively at the sign.
Does it make sense? NO.
Was it worth installing? PROBABLY NOT.
The one at Seaton isn't yet operational, as illustrated by this excited group of holidaymakers.
Something in the West Midlands
Our Northampton correspondent sent this picture which he entitled "The Travel West Midlands Invisible Bus". Note the sign on the door ...
Isn't technology wonderful?
Something at a London University
NOT the London University! No 1 son works for the University of the Arts and recently he posted this picture on his Twit site.
Apparently it is an aid to discussion and "white Lego works best".
Well, it is a University of the Arts!
Not Something at Hinkley Point
Somerset Passenger Solutions revealed today some of its plans for bus services to the site. They will operate high frequency services to Hinkley Point from dedicated Park and Ride sites, staff campus accommodation sites and from surrounding towns and villages for employees living across the area. The joint venture will also provide internal site shuttles and transport for visitors from airports, railway stations and hotels. First and Crosville also said they expect to operate up to 160 brand new, high spec, environmentally friendly buses.