Buses On Diversion - Clough Lane, King's Lynn - photo special!

As previously reported in our update last week King's Lynn Bus Station is closed this week between 1st-5th June to allow resurfacing works as part of the King's Lynn Transport Interchange Project to take place, during this time the Northbound bus services that have been using the Bus Station are relocated to a new set of temporary stops at Clough Lane near the St James Multi Storey Car Park.

Our regular correspondent David Bell was in King's Lynn this morning and has kindly supplied a selection of photographs showing buses on diversion, the car park provides an impressive modern backdrop - especially on a bright day...

Lynx 2 YJ55 BJE (c) David Bell
We'll start with Lynx, Optare Tempo 2 YJ55 BJE is seen here working a service towards Hunstanton (c) David Bell.

Lynx 1 YJ05 JWZ (c) David Bell
Another Lynx, this time seen arriving from Hunstanton is mini Optare Tempo 1 YJ05 JWZ (c) David Bell.

Stagecoach Norfolk 25121 YJ56 ATU (c) David Bell
Moving on to Stagecoach Norfolk/Norfolk Green now, seen here is recently repainted Optare Tempo 25121 YJ56 ATU working on the 10 to Hunstanton (c) David Bell.

Stagecoach Norfolk 17786 LX03 BVZ (c) David Bell
Seen here on the Fairstead One service is Stagecoach Norfolk Alexander ALX400 bodied Dennis Trident 17786 LX03 BVZ (c) David Bell.

Stagecoach Norfolk 47905 YJ09 EZU (c) David Bell
The penultimate photo in this post shows Coacthopper branded Optare Solo Slimline 47905 YJ09 EZU working on the CH1 towards Hunstanton (c) David Bell.

Stagecoach Norfolk 34639 GX54 DWK (c) David Bell
We finish with this shot of Stagecoach liveried Alexander Dennis Pointer Dart 34639 GX54 DWK which is pictured on the North Wootton Three service (c) David Bell.

Northbound bus services will resume serving King's Lynn bus station from Saturday 6th June, please note that Southbound buses continue to use the temporary bus stops on Portland Street, for further information and updates visit the King's Lynn Transport Interchange webpage or check out @KLTIWorks on Twitter.

Many thanks to David for the excellent selection of photographs included in this post.