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I got some info on the fleet from one of my contact's in London: T288-300, which are 61 plates T301-331, which are 65 plates HT1-28, which are ADL Enviro400H MMC ENR1-7, which are 65 plates, which are ADL Enviro200 MMCs ENX20-27, which are 09 plates, which are ADL Enviro200s ENX28-30, which are 10 plates, which are Enviro200s ENX31-32, which are 67 plates
Here is a rough overview of the public transport scene in the city and vicinity of Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom. I was able to spend a couple days there back in March. Granted it's not a current view of what's on the street, but it should still be fairly representative. Buses: As with most major cities and urban areas in the UK, major public transit bus routes are privately operated for profit by multiple bus operators. The big players in the Glasgow market are First Greater Glasgow and McGill's Buses. First operates a slightly diverse fleet of ADL and Wrightbus products. The majori
Finished watching all 6 episode. Pretty much like any other big cities to deal with many things on the road! Unlike North America, London's road a smaller and narrower! I guess this also that with small salary enough to cover, so do the high stress down the road everyday as London has many private contractors! http://www.watchseries.li/serie/double_decker_driving_school
Hello, Thought id start a new topic as I couldn't find a related one, but recently a few company's from around my area have taken delivery of some new buses so I thought Id share some photos of them with you. Arriva Wakefield 1009 [YY14 LFV] by West Yorkshire Bus Photo's, on Flickr Above is a photo of one of 31 the brand new Alexander Dennis Enviro 200s that have been ordered by Arriva for their Wakefield and Castleford depots. These buses are still in the process of being delivered from Alexander Dennis. They feature e-leather seats and Cummins engines with ZF transmissions. Yorkshire T