27/05/2013

Out & about in King's Lynn - part 2

Its been a while since we published a general update on the interesting bus scene here in King's Lynn, so for our latest two part Out & about photo special we are doing just that!

As we mentioned in the first part, most services in King's Lynn are operated by the excellent Norfolk Green, in total they operate 17 routes from the town, including 6 town services, the popular Coasthopper service and rural/interurban routes to destinations including Hunstanton, Spalding, Fakenham, Grimston, Marham, Downham Market, Wisbech & March.

The photographs in this two part special were taken on 10th May 2013...

King's Lynn bus station 10/05/13 (c) Andy's Bus Blog
Norfolk Green Optare Spectra 8 YJ51 ZVG seen here departing on a 46 to March via Wisbech.

King's Lynn bus station 10/05/13 (c) Andy's Bus Blog
Norfolk Green Optare Solo 613 MX55 WCU operating on the Hardwick Six, the most recent addition to the King's Lynn town network.

King's Lynn bus station 10/05/13 (c) Andy's Bus Blog
Norfolk Green Irisbus Agoraline 127 AU05 FKF seen laying over in the bus station.

King's Lynn bus station 10/05/13 (c) Andy's Bus Blog
Norfolk Green Optare Tempo 108 YJ06 YSP seen pulling around ready to operate on the 505 to Spalding.

King's Lynn bus station 10/05/13 (c) Andy's Bus Blog
Our last Norfolk Green photo shows two Optare Tempo rear ends, 107 YJ59 NNZ is seen getting ready to depart on the Fairstead One, whilst behind waiting to form the next departure from stop 3 is 106 YJ06 YSP on the 505 to Spalding.

King's Lynn bus station 10/05/13 (c) Andy's Bus Blog
First 37571 AU58 ECV, the long distance X1 which operates towards either Lowestoft or Peterborough calls at the bus station 4 times an hour, the Geminis currently employed on the service are due to be replaced by new ADL Enviro400s in September/October.