There are sea views almost all the way and the double route trip terminates at the cliff top bus station in St Ives.
But the circular bus fun is not yet over. At St Ives the hardy open top explorer can change buses (yes, really change this time!) to the A2, formerly the summer only 17B ...
The answer sort of began with a service from Newquay rebranded last year.
Some journeys on the A4 (formerly 57) will be devoid of top.
To complete the set of As, the long-standing service 17 between Pendeen, Penzance and St Ives joins the Atlantic Coasters club with the unadventurous name of A17.
It is not clear how many vehicles will be carrying the new livery. As we saw recently in Weston Super Mare, routes have been publicised at Excel but with little evidence on the road; according to local bus watchers.
The First Kernow Facebook page has pictures of two. One an open top double deck ...
The single deck is equally intriguing because it appears o have a map witb only the A5/56 from Newquay and the A3/300 from st Ives.
Picky thought; have the stops been re-branded or do they still show 300?
fbb would like to publish pictures of Atlantic Coasters happily coasting plus any other local publicity.
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