It ought to be straighforward. First Bus operates an hourly 27 and an hourly 29 between Rotherham and Swallownest. After grazing outside the Co-op (left, in picture below) ...
But T M Travel who runs the 29a and X54 don't tell you that!
All buses (T M Travel's 29a and ALL First's 29s) call at Kiveton Park - near the crossroads ...
So, to summarise.
We have First Bus timetables for the 27 and 29 which are correct but could be more helpful,
T M Travel 29a timetables which are incorrect,
TSY timetables which make a mess of combining the 29 ad 29a.
Fortunately we are spared the task of dealing with service 28 ...
But we cannot ignore Worrygoose Lane - yet another oddity on the 29a and one which was NOT present BC.
From Alexander Dennis
We are helping National Express West Midlands take its first major step towards a zero-emission bus fleet with the supply of 29 electric double deckers built in partnership with BYD Europe.
A stationery Zenobe Energy battery helps balance the load on the grid.
Leaving aside the fact that a paper battery might not do much good, are we to assume that a non-mobile battery pack is needed in case the National Grid runs out of juice?
Is this not just a bit worrying as we rush headlong into decarbonisation?
Never mind - Amazon seems to sell a lot of "standing still" products.
From First Bristol
Yet another new livery - branding for route 24 ...
A triumph of Stenningitis over passenger helpfulness?
But it is better than the previous effort at branding ...
The Great Carriage Shed Rebuild.
As half expected, the windows are too big, so one line of pains needs to be removed. A bit of a pane, but the result is in better proportion to the building as a whole.