Tuesday 7th September 2021 Thanks for the guesses following Sunday’s post. Some of you were spot on identifying Britain’s most westerly bus stop. Bearing in mind we’re talking ‘Britain’ (therefore … Continue Reading Britain’s most westerly bus stop eludes us
Sunday 5th September 2021 I visited Britain’s northernmost bus stop in July 2018. It’s on Unst, the furthest north island in the Shetland archipelago, in the small hamlet of Valsgarth. … Continue Reading Britain’s most easterly bus stop
Tuesday 22nd September 2020 According to its website, the Marketing Lounge Partnership (MLP) is“one of the UK’s only combined incentive, loyalty, partnership and CRM agencies” which struck me as odd. … Continue Reading Stagecoach Rewards reviewed
Thursday 16th April 2020 It was always a bit of a luxury for a town of little over 12,000 population to be blessed with three stations all within half-a-mile of … Continue Reading Farewell Newhaven Marine station
Friday 31st January 2020 Bordon and Whitehill are two linked communities in East Hampshire situated midway between Alton on the A31 and Hindhead on the A3 and south of Farnham. … Continue Reading Is this really going to be a Healthy New Town?
Wednesday 17th July 2019 It’s been a bucket list ambition for a few years. Travel to mainland Britain’s most north westerly point at Cape Wrath and visit by far the … Continue Reading Britain’s remotest bus terminus
Wednesday 8th May 2019 I spent last weekend’s Bank Holiday break on beautiful Alderney, one of the Channel Islands. Alderney’s not renowned for its public transport – there are no … Continue Reading Alderney’s Northern Line
Friday 29th March 2019 The rail replacement bus service which has been running between Stafford and Stone to serve the abandoned Norton Bridge station since May 2004 comes to an … Continue Reading Farewell Norton Bridge