Wednesday 20 May 2015

First Divert & Repaint Update

Since 30th March last, First Great Yarmouth has had to divert its service 4 between Caister-on-Sea and town's Barrack Estate.The route links the two destinations with the town centre and has been amended following the closure of St Hilda Road in Caister due to footway resurfacing work

Ex First Essex Dart 42929 SN05EAJ turning into Braddock Road from Ormesby Road on the divert this morning
The bus continues southbound along Ormesby Road but instead heads east into Braddock Road prior to taking up its normal route. The work is expected to last for fifteen weeks which means normal working should resume during mid July

32064 W224XBD arrived at Great Yarmouth from Leicester in June last year
Meanwhile, news on the repaint front regarding the ALX400s is that 32064 W224XBD returned to Rotherham last night for its repaint. It joins four other deckers there in the form of 32059 W219XBD, 32065 W425SRP, 30888 W743DWX and Norwich's President 32100 LT02ZCJ. As already mentioned elsewhere, 32059 is to receive Great Yarmouth Blue Bus heritage livery whilst 30888 will be similarly treated in Lowestoft heritage colours


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