If you know the secret and go on-line and look for the "Local Maps" in the "Station Facilities" page, you would normally find the location of "buses" - if any. But for Waterloo this graphic only adds confusion.
You may be lucky to find a sign on the station concourse directing you to "buses"; but be not deceived, there are several ways to different "buses". BUT YOU HAVE TO KNOW.
Even if you do know, there is always the slight fear that something may have changed. Here is the unhelpful sing that fbb will be following.
Of course, because it's London, you have no idea how long you might have to wait because there are no timetables. Bus.man Robert Munster reveals the secret that Transport for London don't want you to know.
More about the journey tomorrow.
Whither Webber's Web?
Despite the demise of Webberbus after business on Thursday, their web site was still in full swing yesterday evening ...
First's Ferro-equinological Fiesta
And more First Group positive news. The media revealed yesterday that the group's rail division had won the battle of the paths. To the dismay of Virgin and the chagrin of Alliance Rail, First will operate five "open access" trips daily between London Kings Cross and Edinburgh.
FirstGroup claims it will keep average fares at less than £25 and will offer free wi-fi on its trains. It says its services will mainly rival the budget airlines such as Ryanair.
Steve Montgomery ...
... managing director of FirstGroup’s rail division, said the company was “delighted” with the ORR’s decision, which he said would see the firm increase the number of people on the railways by taking customers from airlines and coach.
So far, the group's bus boss has made no official comment!