However, my first sighting was that of First Eastern Counties Dart 43475 (R475CAH ) on the the 83 service to Westley Court pictured on St Andrews Street South.
Then, before I could get my first picture of one of the new BREEZE vehicles, my camera's field of vision was briefly interrupted by Mulleys BMC Falcon YN54VLE!
At last I got my picture of Stephensons Dart 439 (Y284FJN) on Breeze 2 to Howard Estate, situated in the north of the town.
As expected, most of the BREEZE promoted services were operated by the recently acquired Stagecoach London Darts. Another example was 435 LX51FGE also heading for the Howards Estate.
Most of the Mulleys vehicles I saw had large poppies displayed in the front windscreens - this was Solo MX57HDH on the M44 Mildenhall & Howard Estate Circular.
After its arrival, I wondered around to the layover area to the north of the bus station to see what was about. Immediately I saw AU06OLB heading towards me. After some research I found this to be a Ministry of Defence vehicle used to ferry around soldiers/personnel.
As dusk began to fall, I photographed my last Stephensons Dart on southbound BREEZE 1 to Nowton Estate.
An interesting day with a variety of companies operating services in Bury St Edmunds. It remains to be seen as to how much the new BREEZE routes will impact on First Eastern Counties town services.