But this little beastie has caused a problem, and a problem with one the young 'uns' favourite parts of the layout.
Trams are running to Donetsk Way, which is in the middle of nowhere very much ...
But it certainly is NOT at Birley!
Watch our for Monday's blog where a similar nonsense nomenclature notion is spectactularly befuddling passengers.
A Chocolate Peanut For White Bus
The Company has featured in these blogs before, notably in trying to unravel (unsuccessfully) the mystery of Cranbourne and Winkfield; and reviewing an excellent book about the Company's history.
A tweet appears which shows their very real concern for good customer service.
Instead of "leaving it to the County", one of their "lads" has started producing their own departure list displays for bus stop frames.
And very good they are too.
And what is even better, Surrey County Council have agreed to stick them up.
An idea for other operators frustrated by poor quality and out-of-date bus stop information? The Langham Place in question is not where BBC Broadcasting House is located, but a not too inspiring bus top in Egham.
fbb sent a large and heavy package via Parcel Farce ...
"What is the value of your contents?" asked the very nice lady at the Post Office just along the road from fbb mansions.
When the lady told fbb what the cheapest price would be, there was a slight pause whilst fbb wondered whether he was buying the post office business; but, needs must, he smiled weakly and paid up.
Next he had to sign to accept the unread terms and conditions. After signing a till recept he was given a copy of the terms and conditions which he was obliged to agree to.
Posting was on a Friday and the nice lady explained that it would be delivered on Tuesday. It arrived on Monday.
fbb was also given a receipt.
- but it reminds him SEVEN TIMES!
Whatever happened to sticking a stamp on?