Author Topic: Stagecoach CAMBRIDGESHIRE Happenings 2020  (Read 13060 times)

Offline Elsworth Fox

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Re: Stagecoach CAMBRIDGESHIRE Happenings 2020
« Reply #150 on: November 20, 2020, 04:19:40 PM »
Travelled on an 'A' to Addenbrooke's earlier today.  Two things struck me, approaching the Hills Road from either direction, there is a distinct dip to travel under it.  How anyone thought a double deck might get through surprises me.  Secondly, I was also surprised to see six three axle double decks, parked up at the St. Ives Park & Ride site and yet in Cambridge, there are numerous ex-Busway buses on all day local services.

Offline Habbinman

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Re: Stagecoach CAMBRIDGESHIRE Happenings 2020
« Reply #151 on: November 25, 2020, 09:19:13 PM »
Are those currently in place? I haven't been round that location for a while. This Google street view and the associated 3D aerial view are unclear.

Unfortunately your Google street view is a bit "ancient", in that it was taken in 2014, as noted bottom right of said picture (Image Capture 2014). However, it does show the black & yellow posts from which the bells are hung, plus associated bridge height warning signs !!.

Offline Bob

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Re: Stagecoach CAMBRIDGESHIRE Happenings 2020
« Reply #152 on: November 29, 2020, 11:29:55 AM »
It seems that Fenstanton Depot now have some Darts back on the allocation, in addition to the eight E200s they have...