13/06/2015

More from King's Lynn Transport Interchange

It has been very much business as usual around King's Lynn Bus Station this week with Northbound services once again operating from temporary stops in the Bus Station itself whilst Southbound services are continuing to use Portland Street until the end of the month. The resurfacing works which saw the closure of the Bus Station earlier this month went well and this week has seen the beginning of the installation of the feature fabric canopy in the soon to be departure area, whilst the laying of many paving slabs and work on Old Market Street has continued, blog reader Jason Carter has sent us a selection of photos of the works taken on his visits to King's Lynn - a couple of which are included below...

KLTI Works (c) Jason CarterKLTI Works (c) Jason Carter
Left: No buses, taken during the week of resurfacing that saw the closure of the Bus Station | Right: Installation of the fabric canopy begins at the Bus Station ~ click to view larger size (c) Jason Carter.

Meanwhile, having already brought you a cracking selection of photographs taken at Clough Lane during the Bus Station closure earlier this month, our regular correspondent David Bell has been in touch with some more shots showing buses carrying out an unusual manoeuvre during the closure - crossing the junction at Blackfriars Road to access Clough Lane rather than turning right on to Railway Road as they usually do to serve the Bus Station - here are a few examples...

Blackfriars Road, King's Lynn selection (c) David Bell
Lynx Optare Tempo 2 YJ55 BJE (c) David Bell.

Blackfriars Road, King's Lynn selection (c) David Bell
Stagecoach Norfolk Optare Versa 25270 YJ10 EYC (c) David Bell.

Blackfriars Road, King's Lynn selection (c) David Bell
Stagecoach Norfolk ADL Pointer Dart 34580 PX04 DSE (c) David Bell.

As usual you can find out more about the King's Lynn Transport Interchange works by visiting the website or following @KLTIWorks on Twitter.