Notes explain the 29a oddities.
One thing is for certain - the bus industry, aided and abetted by local authorities, does not make things easy for its passengers.
fbb wonders what the journey planners have to offer.
But that is another kettle of worms or even a can of fish!
The Great Carriage Shed Rebuild.
It certainly needed rebuilding. The strips of old plywood that formed the main walls had steadily disintegrated under their stone cladding.
For the rebuild, fbb planned to use two layers of thick plastic to which would be added supporting pillars and some extra inner strengthening. The windows would be the difficulty - as ever. Bought-in window frames needed holes in which to fit.
So fbb made a half-window hole template.
As expected, the old man could not get his cuts straight however he tried. Use a steel ruler they say. Oh yes! A shiny steel ruler sliding about on shiny plastic held very unfirmly by a wobbly slightly arthritic left hand makes an attempt to cut with a knife (that needs great pressure to dig into the plastic) something of a challenge.
fbb had decided to create two half window openings by cutting the short edges ...
... scribing the long edge deeply and then ...
... snapping off the waste. It will need a bucket of plastic filler to bodge the gaps ...
... but, all-in-all ...
... it has promise.
Thank goodness that some full-sized windows had a nice straight stone surround which can be reproduced by ready cut plastic strip!
You won't be able to see the join!
Tomorrow a trip to Taipei in Taiwan - and other stuff.