Our virtual traveller has arrived in Liverpool Lime Street railway station to meet up with a chum and journey onwards by National Express. Here is the station exit ...
...and if we zoom in a bit ...
... we might spot a finger post.
There it is, lower left; and here it is again, photographed on a recent visit by Sheffield correspondent Roy.
These signs direct you to the National Express coach station on Norton Street ...
... where you might expect to find the aforesaid facility.
But, depending on when you went, you would find either a closed coach station ...
... or a demolished coach station ...
... or maybe, one day, a student accommodation block.
The site was never really convenient for anything, being on the fringes of the city centre and well tucked away. It has moved to Liverpool One bus station ...
... part of a new(ish) Shopping development. The finger post still resolutely directs you to Norton Street!
And where is Liverpool One?
Norton Street is the Google Map tag top right. Liverpool One is located just above the Vodaphone label, lower left, about as far south west from Norton Street as it is possible to go without falling into the Mersey.
And how recently was this move?
Thanks for the direction signs, Liverpool City Council, NOT!
fbb used to be quite keen on collecting Traveline bludners, but there were so many that the search became rather tedious. Traveline has slowly improved over its many years of existence. This one came from the prolific Roy. It as for en enquiry for a journey from Harrogate to Thirsk.
Maybe Traveline enthusiasts can explain?
Ride The Bus, Now Read The Book
Blog readers may remember the introduction of a 20 minute frequency open top service in Torbay, using "Hop" branded vehicles ...
Now Stagecoach have published a series on children's story books, one about each character. Stagecoach ave released details in their staff newsletter.
Suspected Shambles in Sheffield
News is filtering through to fbb from various sources (including Todwick Parish Council, its sphere of influence being just by the M1) ...
It all happens from 3rd September.
Once the publicity is printed, fbb will be able to undertake a full survey of the changes and make a simple assessment of what is happening.
Publicity? Printed? Sheffield?
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