Merseyside Transport Trust (MTT) Special Running Day 31-12-16

Today the Merseyside Transport Trust ran a low key open day to mark the end of the Overhead Railway Service, and also to mark the start of the New Number 1 bus route which replaced the route.

Buses A36 and A267 provided the transport for people to travel on. Meeting at a central point in Mann Island, the buses then went to Dingle Station and then went the route to Seaforth Station.  The buses stopped a few times to get photo’s along the route, including outside the Florence Institute on Mill St and also also the Stanley Dock Tobacco Warehouse on Great Howard St.

The day was free of charge (as usual) for people to ride the buses, but donations and change were optional at the end.

For pictures of the day please visit the link below:-

A36 and A267 in Georges Dockway
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Author: James O'Hanlon

Liverpool photographer and local history fan. I will attend events of varied types and post them on this blog.

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