And why is there an arrow on the 26 near Nethercraigs?
And which buses run along Caplethill Road?
But that does NOT explain the Gauze Street problem.
Now we move to the Sunday service. This runs in two overlap[ping sections; Nethercraigs to Braehead and Paisley to Glasgow each every 20 minutes giving a ten minute headway between Paisley and Braehead.
Or does it? Look closely and you will see ...
Starting an "O" gauge layout?
In the last few years there has been a huge explosion of new ready-to-run models on "O" gauge - that's 7mm to the foot. This was, nominally at least, the scale of fbb's first tinplate toy train.
The company Rails of Sheffield is building up a reputation for discounting its products.
Here are two on offer today.
But if such cheapo products are beneath your modelling dignity you can still pay much more from specialist companies. Their locos are usually dubbed "museum quality".
Here is an the prototype of an O gauge GWR pannier tank from Masterpice Models ...