But there may well be another snag with the schedule.
Service 510 changes from 21.02.15
A Traveline click for one week hence reveals (a) no departures available on OAP card and (b) journeys via Bude.
From Sunday 22nd February we're making some changes to our existing X9/X10 bus service. These have come about following Western Greyhound's decision to withdraw the 510. Since we first learned of this we've been working closely with both Devon and Cornwall County Councils to see how we could ensure local residents still have access to a regular, reliable bus service.
The new timetable maintains key journeys from the existing 510 timetable in addition to our existing X10
On the 6 there will be two Sunday/Bank Holiday journeys between Bude and Exeter
Unlimited travel between Launceston and Exeter - and on all other Stagecoach South West buses - is just £7.50 a day or £26 per week
Unlimited travel between Okehampton and Exeter - and on all other Stagecoach South West buses in the Exeter 'Plus' zone - is just £5.50 a day or £20 per week
What the new service 6 and 6A doesn't do is go to Wadebridge ...
As an further indication of WG's problems, the Stagecoach web site also has the following note (click on graphic for a larger view):-
The WG mess seems to get no better. Journeys withdrawn from early November last year are still not re-instated, yet the company has registered many changes, including (reportedly) a new route into Falmouth to compete (?) with First. Should a company that is failing to run its current registered services be allowed to start competitive new ones?
Amazingly it is powered by salt water. Has he inadvertently discovered the solution to the world's depleted stock of fossil fuels? It could save the bus industry millions!
Sadly fbb suspects that the fuel cell itself might be a tad expensive scaled up to power a bus.