2. Bodmin Parkway station with a Bodmin (preserved) line train
3. Disabled Access to Seatons new tram terminus - a sign they forgot on the opening day!
4. Salty Fudge from Droitwich a freebie for First's "Salt Road" launch.
5. Pick-Me-Up "Uber" style bus in Oxford.
6. Clydeside Walkway near Central Station, Glasgow.
7. Shiel Buses in Gaelic
8. Imber Bus route 23A
9. Driverless "Pods" experiment (with drivers) at Milton Keynes
10. "New" ticket machines installed in the early days of the new Euston station. All this clobber to print Edmundson tickets rather than have a rack!
Barminess at Bristol
Whilst First Bus has been successfully tackling poor reliability with extra buses and extra supervisory staff, a local councillor (Green Party) has been having a beef.
How often does the Green Councillor travel by bus?
But talking of obscure planetary dwelling, what about the practicality of this grand plan.
Nine new Metrobus routes? Huge amounts of somebody's money have been wasted on ill-thought-out schemes, particularly the intermittent guided bit that is much slower than ordinary roads.
Underground Railways? Surely a joke in bad taste.
8.9 billion pounds? And the Councillor wants it "much earlier" that 2036. Does he know who is providing the huge piggy bank?
Or the Cattle Shed ...
Or Even The cave.
The cave is the most likely.
She was pregnant, and while they were in Bethlehem, the time came for her to have her baby. 7 She gave birth to her first son, wrapped him in cloths and laid him in a manger—there was no room for them to stay in the Inn.
Even the arrival of the shepherds is just a simple event, almost a non-event.
So they hurried off and found Mary and Joseph and saw the baby lying in the manger.