After staying overnight on Saturday in Coleshill we transferred to Tamworth's Holiday Inn for our next night's stay
Whilst the better half decided on some retail therapy I thought I would look in at Corporation Street, one of the two bus terminals in the town
|A 48 route branded ADL Enviro200 36169 KXDTN at Tamworth's Corporation Street stops|
Previously I had not observed much on a Sunday but this time it was different. As I turned the corner from Church Street I was met by a view of specially branded Stagecoach ADL Enviro200 36169 KX60DTN. Its intended use was for the 48 service between Coventry and Leicester via Nuneaton - clearly not being used on that service that day!
|ADL Enviro400s 4411 YX64VMF and 4407 YM64VMA with Citaro 3012 BJ12YPX bringing up the rear|
Behind the saloon were two of Arriva Midlands North ADL400's; one about to leave and the other arriving on the 110 Tamworth- Birmingham service. Immediately behind was one of the operator's Mercedes Benz Citaros having worked in from Lichfield on the 765 service
I thought that would be the last of the photos I would take in Tamworth, but next morning (Monday) I found a foreigner in our midst!
The apparition was in the form of a silver liveried coach from German operator Timor Bus parked in the Holiday Inn car park. It was my first view of the Turkish manufactured Temsa Opalin and was quite a surprise!
Oh God those mnirrors! It's not a coach but a preying mantis!!ReplyDelete