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« on: February 07, 2021, 09:49:01 AM »
Some members might be aware of the railway related videos produced by Geoff Marshall that can be seen on YouTube branded ‘All the Stations’. From time to time buses play a small part in his range.

I bow to Geoff’s superior knowledge of railways but when it comes to buses he is a more casual observer. I admit to not knowing much, if anything, about different British rolling stock class types so I forgive his wide definition about Optare types found on what I thought was one of his typically good quality videos I unearthed the other day.

Also, because I have never used a demand responsive bus service myself or a mobile phone app relating to anything at all, I found his video quite educational.

‘Demand Responsive Transport - Buses With No Timetables’ is a 15 minute video posted in August 2020 where he uses the buses of Go-Coach Hire operating the Go2 services in the Sevenoaks area. In the video he talks to the controller and visits the garage/workshops.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z0ddExZbKD8

Two other bus related videos on his YouTube site include:

The 399 - London's Least Used Bus Route (November 2020) (10 minutes)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0FLNkuqi9Gs

Imberbus Ghost Village Bus Service (August 2018) (just under 14 minutes)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdNwwAXKCUM

Something to pass the time on a cold wintry day.

David
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Re: YouTube videos
« Reply #1 on: February 07, 2021, 12:41:03 PM »
Some members might be aware of the railway related videos produced by Geoff Marshall that can be seen on YouTube branded ‘All the Stations’. From time to time buses play a small part in his range.

I bow to Geoff’s superior knowledge of railways but when it comes to buses he is a more casual observer. I admit to not knowing much, if anything, about different British rolling stock class types so I forgive his wide definition about Optare types found on what I thought was one of his typically good quality videos I unearthed the other day.

Also, because I have never used a demand responsive bus service myself or a mobile phone app relating to anything at all, I found his video quite educational.

‘Demand Responsive Transport - Buses With No Timetables’ is a 15 minute video posted in August 2020 where he uses the buses of Go-Coach Hire operating the Go2 services in the Sevenoaks area. In the video he talks to the controller and visits the garage/workshops.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z0ddExZbKD8

Two other bus related videos on his YouTube site include:

The 399 - London's Least Used Bus Route (November 2020) (10 minutes)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0FLNkuqi9Gs

Imberbus Ghost Village Bus Service (August 2018) (just under 14 minutes)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xdNwwAXKCUM

Something to pass the time on a cold wintry day.

David
Yes very good - watched the London Least Used Bus Route which was very informative, but that bus sounded rough.