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Re: Stagecoach in Bedford happenings 2018
« Reply #270 on: July 02, 2018, 10:59:55 PM »
Stagecoach 34426 is now at Peterborough.
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Re: Stagecoach in Bedford happenings 2018
« Reply #271 on: July 03, 2018, 01:42:05 PM »
More deja vouz for me on Saturday as once again I went for the 0859 9 which was fresh air, as was the 0911 and the same goes for the 0923. The 0853 and 0905 to Shortstown did not go the other way either and the first sighting of any bus at a bus stop was when 19889 appeared on the 0917 to Shortstown. As this would take 25 minutes to reach me I gave up and went home. The question is do I live in a parallel universe whereby everyone else had a bus into town on Saturday but for me it was nothing for the second Saturday running? It was careless losing all the buses the previous Saturday but to repeat the feat a week later takes some doing. Where are the notices in the buses or on the stops to advise me that there is no longer a bus service into town before 0930 on Saturdays so don't bother expecting one? I haven't seen or heard anyone subsequently complain about this disgrace all last week or so far this week who use the route even though there were a dozen of us idiots at the bus stop on Saturday. It feels like I am on the Enterprise again like Professor Moriarty trapped in a holodeck within a holodeck contained in a small box going through the same experiences time after time.

I tried again in the afternoon to get into town and timed it to intercept the 81 from Luton which surely would turn up. It did with 34422 but on arrival at the bus station at 1320 I again doubted my sanity as there was absolutely nothing there except one Centrebus interloper 603 branded for the X31. If I was a stranger to the town I would be asking if this really was a bus station or an expensive car park. So I sat down and waited and gradually buses started to appear and normality resumed as the following specimens were recorded Saturday:

1 - 19698, 19704, 19890, 19892, 37431
2 - 18057, 34827, 36935
3/7 - 48024, 48031 (yes it exists unless I am in a different reality), 48033
5/6 - 18336, 18419, 18423, 19699, 27644, 27645, 27647
8/10 - 47351, 47352, 47435
9 - 18424, 19889, 27522, 34425 (wow a full allocation eventually)
41 - 27643, 37433
42 - 19702, 37438
50 - 15608, 18107
51 - 34425, 48023
53 - 19888, 34830, 36042 (best place for it), 36043, 36044
72 - 37432
73 - 27523, 37434, 37436, 48023 (the height of desperation sending that thing to Biggleswade)
81 - 19705, 34422, 34828, 37438

53612 did its empty mileage move to Bedford to change driver before its mileage move back to MK. I assume that is what it does as it came in from Bromham Road and went back to Bromham Road after the swap. The same thing happened a week earlier so I assume this is a regular event.

It was also a Saturday on this date 3 July in 2010 which had me doing 16232 to Oakley and back on a 51, 16675 to Shortstown and back on a 9 and 16680 on a return run to Norse Road on a 5.
2 July 2015 was also significant as I did 16459 on the 1753 50 which was the last time I had a Stagecoach oly in Bedford. I only had Grant Palmer olys after this date.
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Re: Stagecoach in Bedford happenings 2018
« Reply #272 on: July 03, 2018, 03:00:26 PM »
Well at least you have proved that 48031 does exist & is about. I'll have to try to get over soon to "nab" it

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Re: Stagecoach in Bedford happenings 2018
« Reply #273 on: July 04, 2018, 01:01:52 PM »
Catching up with yesterday's piffle I opted to walk into town rather than risk the 0847 9 and promptly got slapped for it as it was winner 48025 which passed me. I would have been justified in flagging the other crates on the route as MIB sector 27643, 27644 and 27647 held sway. The 0923 6 didn't happen so I had to wait for 18419 on the 0935. Once again the 0932 50 was not worth viewing with 15608 again. 19892 produced for the 0926 X5 to Cambridge whilst 18057 was back on the 0915 73 with 19889 on the 0915 81. 37433 did a 53 and 19699 a 42. After work, as ever 27523 turned up on the 6 and I had to endure 27644 to get home. 53702 was parked up beside the Oxford X5 stop, 18057 was now off the rural routes and on the 2's like it did Saturday. 36935 was the 1735 71, 37432 the 1735 73 and 34829 the 1745 51. 19701 and 19893 were both on 71's.

I walked into town again this morning and didn't see any 9's so no idea what I will get home today. 19890 did the 0905 72 and 18057 was at home on the 0915 73. Once again the 0932 50 was of no interest with 15607 as I went to work on the 0923 6 with one of my sector buses 18336, which, to be fair, hasn't troubled me for a few weeks and was on the verge of being removed from the list of 7 rogues.

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Re: Stagecoach in Bedford happenings 2018
« Reply #274 on: July 05, 2018, 01:47:20 PM »
A rather daft statement of mine yesterday stating I had no idea what I would get home as I got MIB sector 27645 and 27647. What else did I expect other than the same old 7 jokers that infest the 6 and 9 routes?  53704 was enjoying the hospitality of the bus station.  The E400 on the 1 shrunk to a solo as 48031 departed at 1740 bound for Kempston. The winner I missed on the 9 on Tuesday, 48025 did a 7, 18057 was on the 51, 36042 still on the 53 in its rightful place not bothering me, 18424 on a 1, 37434 did the 1735 71, 34422 the 1735 73, 37439 a 73 and 37432 the 1745 42.

I walked into town again and for the third day running today and the 0847 9 was a solo, this time being froghopper 48035, after 48024/5 had been on it the two previous days. Looks like I will have to suffer if I choose to give the 0847 another chance if this service becomes home to these breadvans. 27523 and 27644 were also on the 9's so nothing to look forward to there going home. There was no sign of 18057 this morning and it appeared that 18336 would do the 0915 73 in its place as 18057 should be parked up if it was going to produce. 37433 did a 71 and 36042 is still back at home on the 53 along with 36045 and the longer they stay on a route I don't touch the better. The 0915 81 was 19702 but nothing else of note was viewed as I headed to work on 18419 with the 0911 6.

On this day in 2012 the 1955 50 to Kettering was 16174 which wasn't the usual turn to get an oly as normally it was the 1753 that dropped.
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Re: Stagecoach in Bedford happenings 2018
« Reply #275 on: July 06, 2018, 01:04:44 PM »
My number 6 bus from work yesterday produced froghopper 48033 which made a change but my wonderment as to where 18057 was that it didn't do the 0915 73 was answered when it arrived to take me home as the 1729 9. The one diagram I didn't view in the morning was the 0911 into town and that bus should do the 1729.

This morning I risked doing the 0847 9 for a solo and it produced 27522 instead. Mind you froghopper 48036 was not far behind us so I might have been on a very late 0835 instead. 19888 was also on the 9. I was late for work this morning and I can thank 19703 for that. It arrived on a 51 and dropped into the L bay to form the 0915 81. I was going to do the 0911 6 but when 36042 appeared for that I rejected it instantly (typical it had been on the 53 all week) as winning froghopper 48032 appeared to form the 0923 6 so I would just get to work on time.

The problem was that 19703 decided to play up which meant 48032 couldn't get into bay L so we all had to wait for the fitters to batter 19703 before the driver was happy to take the bus to Luton. It was nearly 0930 by the time it left and 48032 dropped in the bay to pick us up. Of course if they used proper buses rather than these little jokes then the 0923 would have been on time as the normal bay for the 6 was vacant.

Still the delay meant I got to view the 0932 50 which was dud 18410 but much better than what had been on offer most of the week. Other stuff viewed were 37432 on the 0845 73, 18423 on the 0915 73, 36937 on the 0915 51, 19705 also on a 51, 37431 on a 72 and parked up was shiny 37436 with school 853 in blind. Surely they wouldn't let brats loose on a recently painted gleaming bus?

On 5 July 2013 I had 16593 on the 0620 81 to Luton as I had to be there early that day.

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Re: Stagecoach in Bedford happenings 2018
« Reply #276 on: July 09, 2018, 02:08:34 PM »
The hot weather and the World Cup has resulted in me avoiding as much public transport travel as I can as it is bad enough doing them in the cool without suffering furnace like conditions. I had a lie in on Saturday and didn't risk going into town in the morning if no buses so left it to the afternoon. Route 9 seems to get different buses at weekends and not the same piffle that works on weekdays. This was borne out by 36044 on my 9 into town and 18423 to get home.

Saturday offerings:
1 - 19698, 19888, 19889, 19893, 34425
2 - 19700, 36042, 36935
3/7 - 48024, 48025, 48031, 48032, 48033
4 - 47352, 48024, 48031, 48033
5/6 - 18336, 18419, 19702, 27643, 27645, 34825, 34827, 48036
8/10 - 47351, 47352, 47354
9 - 18423, 19892, 36044, 48035
41 - 37431, 37436, 37438
42 - 19705, 19890
50 - 18150, 18410, 35183
51 - 19705, 27647, 34422, 36936, 36937
53 - 27522, 27523, 36045, 37433
71 - 34422, 34828
72 - 37431
73 - 34829, 34830, 36043
81 - 19706, 19890, 34831, 34833, 36936
X5 - 19703 departed 1336 for Cambridge

The 99 vehicle change bus this time was 53615. I wanted 35183 which left 13 late on the 1232 50 so I went to Clapham for the 20 minute fester for 18150 back so nearly 18157 as I had hoped. I later did 18410 for the year so unusual to do three 50's and no E400 involved.

Returning home on Sunday I scooped grasshopper 37431 on the 1700 1 after flagging dud 35221 on the 1700 50. 35221 seems to be a frequent visitor to us on Sundays.

This morning I was aggravated by walking into town and 48025 again passed me on the 0847 9 so missed it again. It should do the 1705 9 but too early for me after work and then the 1753 which is too late for getting home for the news at 6pm.  Otherwise a poor choice on the 9 today as 47351, 36042 (groan) and 34825 also out. I was interested to see that because 47351 couldn't get into bay L it went into the normal 9 bay at gate G and it successfully opened the door. Now I thought all Solos could only use L because they are incapable of getting the bay doors to open so if 47351 can open door G why can't the rest of them?

There was an interloper lurking inside the garage this morning in the shape of 18340 so is it going to join the fray or just teasing? 37434 did the 0845 73 whilst 18419 did the 0915 73 and 19888 the 0915 81. Yet again 15608 was festooned to the 0932 50. Where is 18057 which I didn't see on Saturday? It's always out on a Saturday. I haven't seen it since it took me home last Thursday.

The screen at the Brickhill bay appeared to be working as it displayed no bus between 0859 and 0923 so at last a bit of truth I thought rather than just listing all the services due. I was going to do the 0915 51 until a driver emerged from the office and went to 18336, typically in my sector of 7, to form a late 0911 6, or more to the point a 0921 by the time we left. Once again a freeloader was chinged a quid to travel and another one tried getting on at Union St and wouldn't pay the quid so got off. I marvel at how often this happens and wonder when it will sink in that they can't get free travel until after 0930.

Looking back in time to the week of 6 July 2010 I left work and went into town on the then M50 route 4 days running.  I got withered on the 6 July as 16226 arrived from Kettering when I was rather expecting a Kettering vehicle so a bit of a let down to have a Bedford bus with a Kettering driver on an M50. 7 July it was 18109, 8 July it was 16683 and 9 July it was 18108.

On this date in 2011 I went to Potters Bar garage running day and used 16221 Sylvia to get me to Luton on the S1 for a train to St Albans for the 84 direct to the Garage.
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Re: Stagecoach in Bedford happenings 2018
« Reply #277 on: July 10, 2018, 01:26:50 PM »
Froghopper 48035 was my bus on the 6 from work yesterday but there was no escape from having 36042 home on the 9. The ever boring 15455 did the 1712 50, 18336 was on a 1, 19699 on a 53 as was 37437 and 34828 did the 1730 81 which I completely forgot about as I could have done that instead of 36042.

This morning 34825 appeared on the 0847 9 so I walked into town and witnessed 48035, 19891 and 18419 on the other 9 diagrams but it looked like the trident was ripped on arrival at the bus station, presumably so they can find another of my sector buses to get me going home. If they don't get me on the 9 then I cop it on the 6 as 27645 appeared for the 0911 6 so I flagged it to do the 0915 51 which was once only grasshopper 37431. However, I was out of luck as it took so long for a driver to appear I was forced to do the 0923 6. Naturally 27643 was on that so I can't win, whatever happens one of the 7 MIB sector buses will get me, like they are drawn to me like a magnet. The futility of flagging 27645 for something better blew up in my face so I festered 12 extra minutes for the same old rubbish.

Other routes not getting the fab 7 were 47435 on the 5, 37436 on a 53, 37432 on a 51, 37434 again on the 0845 73, 37437 on the 0905 41, 18336 on the 0915 73 and 19705 on the 0915 81. The naughty corner of the garage still houses 18340. Has it come to replace 18057 which appears to have disappeared off the road?

Today is the 6th anniversary of a huge gaff on my part which still rankles with me. For it was on 10 July 2012 that I foolishly flagged 16070 on the 1850 50. Three olys 16056, 16070 and 16125 came to Bedford a day or so earlier and I was informed they were staying two months so I thought I would have time to get them. In fact the reality was they only stayed two weeks and I never did get 16056/070 thinking I had plenty of time to get them. I can't believe I turned down a winner to Kettering looking back on it but I didn't want to pay the £12 train fare to get back home at 10pm and I wanted to have it on an out and back working rather than one way.
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Re: Stagecoach in Bedford happenings 2018
« Reply #278 on: July 11, 2018, 12:50:35 PM »
I was finally nailed by 36045 yesterday when it got me after work on the 6 so I have now had it this year but at least I had grasshopper 37432 home. Before that I was dazzled by a glowing 15402 on the 1712 50 whilst 48031 and 53704 were parked up dossing. Also dumped in River St was 53702 as EMT scatter their vehicles around the town centre in some sort of coup. 27523 did a 1, 37439 a 73, 18336 a 51, 37438 was the 1730 81, 37434 did the 1735 73 and 36937 was in line to do the 1745 42.

This morning I opted to do the 0847 9 into town and was "rewarded" with 27520 which I haven't had since 31 May. I thought it had cleared off home but clearly not so does this mean 27521 is still lurking with intent which has also been absent? Although I escaped unscathed by avoiding one of the un-magnificent 7 on the 9 they can always be relied to snare me on the 6 and today 36042 duly obliged to take me to work.

Still I could have a winner home as 48031 is on the diagram to do the 1741 9 if it sticks. Also on the route are 18423 and 37439. The 0905 72 was 19893, the 0905 41 was 37431, the 0915 81 produced 19891 and the 0915 73 dropped 18419. It looks like 18057 is at the back of the garage whilst 18340 still hasn't turned a wheel since it appeared inside the garage.

On this date in 2012 I had a winner 16125 on the 1830 81 out to Luton and back to my front door on the 1930 return which was the only time I ever had this oly partially making up for not doing 16070 on the 50 the previous day. A couple of weeks later 16125 was sent to Thanet and became a Christmas Tree for other Kent olys without ever working in service.

I have found my old notes and now I recall vividly why I rejected 16070 as it all comes back to me. I was in Iceland and had just paid Shantel for two bags of frozen food shopping when 16070 drifted past the window with 50 Kettering on the blind. As it was a warm evening I knew that a 90 minute journey to Kettering and another thirty minutes on the train with a arrival time of 10pm would see me carrying two bags of water so I couldn't really bin a week's worth of shopping I had just paid for so I let 16070 go. It was just bad timing that I chose that evening to buy frozen goods... >:(
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Re: Stagecoach in Bedford happenings 2018
« Reply #279 on: July 11, 2018, 08:04:40 PM »
Paid a visit to Northampton today to catch-up, and for a moment I thought I was back in Norfolk...


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Re: Stagecoach in Bedford happenings 2018
« Reply #280 on: July 12, 2018, 02:02:19 PM »
My bus from work yesterday was 27522 which doesn't have any adverts inside. Maybe I am imagining it but I thought that it had Sussex posters within it at one point. I wouldn't expect them to be removed if the bus was returning south in which case it may have to be added to the MIB sector. I was bowled for 48031 home on the 1741 9 as it had been swapped for grasshopper 37437. Other grasshoppers about were 37432 on a 73 and 37434 on the 1730 81. Former grasshopper 37436 did the 1735 73. 19703 did a Bromham 40, 18419 was on a 51 as was 48024, 34422 did a 1 and 15405 produced for the 1712 50. There was a further change on the 9 as 27523 was on the route so at least two vehicle swaps in the day. Parked up in River St was 53703.

Not a lot to report this morning as MIB sector 18336 appeared on the 0847 9 to get me into town. Grasshopper 37432 passed heading for Shortstown. I went to get a haircut before doing 27647 on the 0923 6 to work so missed out on viewing the usual departures. 48024 was on a 6, 19703 on a 51 and 19083 was the 0932 50.

On this day in 2011 after work I went to Oakley and back when 16216 did a 51 and I went home on 16221 on the S1. Unfortunately it was this day in 2012 when I made another huge clanger by going home on 16231 on the 1830 81 rejecting winner 16056 on the 1830 52 on the basis I had the best part of two months to get it when in fact it was only in Bedford for the last two weeks of school term with the other two loanees.
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Re: Stagecoach in Bedford happenings 2018
« Reply #281 on: July 13, 2018, 01:47:30 PM »
18419 on the 6 and 34833 on the 1730 81 were my vehicles home yesterday. This time the River St timewaster was 53702. Both 34424 and 34425 were on 9's with 34422 on a 72.

This morning three of my gang of seven were dominating the 9 with 27643, 27644, 18336 all involved with 34425 making up the quartet and just to finish me off 27647 was my 6 to work on the 7 minutes late 0911. I was going to do the 0915 51 but 36045 shattered that plan. However, 15402 produced for the 0932 50 so the Corby Freddie was raked in for the year after evacuating 27647.

Other insignificant workings were: 37434 71, 36042 2, 48024 still out on the 5/6 circuit, 19706 0845 42, 37439 0905 41, 19888 0905 72, 19892 0915 81 and 18419 again on the 0915 73.

13 July 2010 was more entertaining than today will ever be as I took a longer route to work and to get home. I did 14042 on a 51 to Clapham and leapt for the M50 back to the bus station with 18108 so I could make 14035 on a 6 to get me to work. After work 16675 deposited me in the bus station on a 6 so I could do an out and back move on the 9 to Shortstown with 16672. I went home on another 9 from the bus station in the care of 18107.

There was more excitement for me on this date in 2011 when wild Highland interloper tri-axle 13625, on look after your heart duties, was a far more welcome guest at the bus station than any of these EMT 537xx Fife rejects that you get today. The excitement didn't end there as 16496 arrived on the one way Cambridge to Milton Keynes short X5 working so this was taken to MK station for 53273 back to Bedford on another X5.
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Re: Stagecoach in Bedford happenings 2018
« Reply #282 on: July 13, 2018, 08:45:30 PM »
Solo SR 48035 (YJ66ASX) is the latest to lose coast hopper branding. It now has Stagecoach in Bedford fleet names on its coast hopper livery

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Re: Stagecoach in Bedford happenings 2018
« Reply #283 on: Today at 02:09:05 PM »
27520, 27522 and 27523 have gone from internal Sussex posters to no posters to now containing Bedford posters and route maps so I think we can safely say that they are staying put in Bedford. Where is 27521?

Usually, on River Festival Saturday, I am miles away from Bedford like in 2012 when I did a Kent oly bash, albeit I did cover the 2014 Saturday as the last time the festival was held when Bedford still had olys but more on that later in the week. Owing to the continuing hot weather and the dying embers of the World Cup I had grounded myself so I was available to view. So I dared to venture into town on Saturday and paid the price by having to suffer a densely populated 47354 on the 9. Foolishly I thought on a hot day, the world and it's wife being in Bedford for the festival that there is no way a joke bus would appear on the 9. More fool me...

Naturally, being the busiest weekend in Bedford of the year, none of the display screens in the bus station worked. This, added to the fact that we don't have any bus timetable stands filled with timetables, information office or café compared to other Stagecoach towns like Mansfield, must have given visitors to our world on this one weekend a right good impression.

Anyway orange blob 15405 appeared on the 1232 50 so I did a ned leap to Clapham Road to return on the first 6 which just happened to be winner 48031 packed to the rafters. Our busiest Saturday in the calendar year and another inappropriate bus for the loads heading for the river. As the 1332 50 is usually a trident I had intended to cover it but I made a fatal mistake by trusting winner 48025 to get to Fenlake and back on the plus 11 on the 1245 3 which departed at 1250. Unfortunately the traffic over the town bridge was building up and we got stuck on the way back which wasn't quite my downfall. What finished me off was 19703 nipping in front of us on a 2 absolutely rammed. I knew I was doomed for the 1332 50 at this point as the barriers outside the courts meant we couldn't pull up to the stop until 19703 disgorged it's contents. I sat there timing it as nothing better to do. 3 minutes and 47 seconds slipped away by the time 19703 pulled off and we vacated the space it left to let people get to the Embankment so I didn't even see the type of vehicle on the 1332 by the time we reached the bus station. So much for the plus 11...

Festival route gen:
1 - 18419, 19698, 19700, 19702, 19888, 19892, 34827
2 - 19703, 19890, 19893
3/7 - 48024, 48025, 48033, 48035, 48036
5/6 - 18423, 27643, 27647, 34425, 36935, 48031, 48032
8/10 - 47351, 47352, 47435, 48024
9 - 27520, 27523, 27644, 47354
41 - 19892, 34428, 34828
42 - 19706, 19892, 34831
50 - 15405, 15608
51 - 19706, 19888, 37434
53 - 18336, 19699, 34828, 36041, 36044, 37433
71 - 34422, 36042, 36045
72 - 34424, 34831, 34833, 37438
73 - 34422, 36042, 36936, 36937, 37431, 37436, 37438
81 - 19700, 34830, 34833, 37436
X5 - 19889 arrived from Cambridge and was due to return on 1456 to Cambridge but I had gone home on 27520 by this stage

Owing to the traffic chaos from the college into town the buses got a bit lost which meant there was a bit of swapping going on which is why I viewed at least 7 vehicles on the 1 when only five are required.

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Re: Stagecoach in Bedford happenings 2018
« Reply #284 on: Today at 09:01:57 PM »
ex,kings lynn optares 47905 and 47909
both parked up at rhe back of Bedford depot.