It's All On Line - But It Isn't
Hulley's of Baslow shocked the omnibological world when the company announced ir "courageous" two-hourly service between Sheffield and Manchester via the A57 Snake Pass from 25th October. As is to be expected, Hulley's Book of the Face has been redolent with inspiring details under the generic heading of "Not Long To Go Now".
A Glossop-centred timetable has appeared, omitting the coordinated hourly service between Sheffield and Ladybower Inn, integrated with the current two-hourly route 275, renumbered 257 from 25th inst (actually 26th; no 257 service on Sundays).
Good Social Media publicity, eh?
As is to be expected, the Derbyshire timetable site has the full works ...
But were passenger to be so foolish as to turn to Travel South Yorkshire, they would find this encouraging notice at the head of the "changes" page.
What is ludicrously baffling is that as of yesterday morning at 1100 there was not a smidgen of information about the X57 ON HULLEY'S OWN WEB SITE.
We are given the X71 to Alton Towers (which ends soon) ...
It's All On Line - But It Shouldn't Be!
It's All On Line - But It Shouldn't Be?
Even better, we may excitedly cry, is a downloadable "timetable book".
Here is the downloadable 275 ...completely different.completely different.
Even the humble M17, a tendered Sheffield local route ...
It could be that other timetables in this virtual volume ...
But why is it there?
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