Author Topic: Pics of 'Breeze' rear end ads  (Read 864 times)

Offline Spoddendale

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Pics of 'Breeze' rear end ads
« on: November 12, 2011, 07:27:21 AM »
List of the five Alexander ALX200 bodied Dennis Darts operating on the ‘Breeze’ network in Bury St Edmunds showing the fleet and registration numbers (with date new and to whom); content of the rear end advert and a link to a picture on Flickr.

435 (LX51 FGE)
Sept 2001 Stagecoach Selkent SLD305
Mother and son

436 (LX51 FGF)
Sept 2001 Stagecoach Selkent SLD304
Young blond lady (whose picture appears on the timetable leaflet)

437 (LX51 FGG)
Sept 2001 Stagecoach Selkent SLD307
Lady with laptop

438 (LX51 FGM)
Sept 2001 Stagecoach Selkent SLD308
Man in jeans

439 (Y284 FJN)
August 2001 Stagecoach East London SLD284
Man in suit

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Offline Andrew Morgan

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Re: Pics of 'Breeze' rear end ads
« Reply #1 on: November 12, 2011, 09:12:39 AM »
usual one same pictures used on more then one companys buses as the mother and son are also on the back of UNO pink branded solo 409 (YJ55 YGE) and the man in the suit is on the back of solo 407 (YA02 YRS) .

Offline Colin

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Re: Pics of 'Breeze' rear end ads
« Reply #2 on: November 12, 2011, 12:18:18 PM »
How are they doing - passenger-wise?


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Re: Pics of 'Breeze' rear end ads
« Reply #3 on: November 12, 2011, 03:11:04 PM »
Loadings to seem to pretty quiet so far (similar amount of passengers to First on their town routes). Mulleys M44 and M88 seem to do slightly better than the other operators. When I worked for First in Bury (approx 2006) the majority of the town routes were very busy (Approx £250 in cash per duty) but years of expensive fares, appalling customer service and poor reliability seem to have killed off these routes unfortunately.