Wednesday 21 March 2012

Eleven at Twelve

Spratts Scania/Van Hool RCS 754 at Beach Coach Station at lunchtime
Regular correspondent Stephen Gowler of Oulton Broad sent in his observations of Great Yarmouth's Beach Coach Station at noon today.

He travelled in on First's Volvo B7TL 37158 (AU07DXV) and returned to Suffolk on Volvo B10BLE. 66165 (W365EOW)... 'hell of a difference, and hats off to the Lynn boys as the X1 machine was pristine as usual'
As you may be aware Wednesday is Market Day and he logged eleven vehicles at the Coach Station.

In addition to the usual Shearings presence (more later) there were also visits from Belle Coaches (Setra MIL3503), Spratts (Scania RCS754), KM Executive (H2KMT), David Urquhart (Scania YN55NFR) and Alfa Coaches (Dennis PN05AMU)

Also in attendance were two Norfolk County Council (Norse) coaches.

They were Dennis Javelins 7123 (FJ51JYD) and 7108 (V671FPO)

FJ51JYD is pictured on the right

The Shearings Group was represented by two vehicles from each of Shearings Holidays and National Holidays.

 The former provided Setra 223 (BF10VCT) and Volvo B12M 708 (MX05AGY). National Holidays were using Volvo B12Ms YJ03VNS and YJ03VMZ (shown left)

Upon leaving the Coach Station an unidentified Skills coach was noted in distance travelling along North Drive

My thanks to Steve for the details and supporting photographs

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