National Express Coach London Victoria Northbound View from front Seat (HD)
Ridiculous buses in my street.
From Poole Bus Station to Bournemouth Central Bus Station by National Express.
A journey from London Kings Cross to Edinburgh Waverley with Virgin Trains, showing the train, scenery, and stations. For times, fares, tickets & info see https://www.seat61.com/london-to-edinburgh Featuring Kings Cross station & the Virgin Trains first class lounge, first & standard class seats, York, the 'London-Edinburgh Half Way' sign, Darlington station, Durham cathedral & castle, crossing the Tyne into Newcastle, the Northumberland coast, the Royal Border Bridge at Berwick, and Edinburgh Waverley station.
Timetable troubles for commuters The first day of Sydney's new train, bus and ferry timetables has left some train commuters beaming while others were left fuming. Autoplay ONOFFVideo feedbackVideo settings Almost all of Sydney's trains ran to time on Monday morning, the first peak hour under the O'Farrell government's new public transport timetable, but commuters across the network were divided about the changes. There are 307 train stations across the train network formerly known as CityRail and coming up with a timetable that pleases commuters at all of them is always going to be a tough balancing act. But at least the new timetable, which the government has billed as the biggest overhaul in a generation, seemed to operate well enough. Transport Minister Gladys Berejiklian. Happy: Transport Minister Gladys Berejiklian. Photo: Carlos Furtado "So far I've been pleased with the performance of the new timetable although obviously it is in the early stages and there is still the first afternoon peak to go," Transport Minister Gladys Berejiklian said. Advertisement "I'm advised that this morning's peak ran exceptionally well for trains, with punctuality recorded at 99.1 per cent for Sydney Trains and 97.6 per cent for NSW TrainLink," she said. Sydney Trains and NSW TrainLink are the new operators Ms Berejiklian has created to take the place of RailCorp and CityRail. One of the main stations to be adversely affected by the new timetable is Kogarah, where peak hour services were halved. The loss of direct trains to Kogarah from Sutherland, Waterfall and Cronulla means customers now have their trip interrupted by having to change at Hurstville, where they will wait up to 10 minutes for a train. Albert Lun, technical officer at St George Hospital, has had more than 20 minutes added to his morning commute from Town Hall to Kogarah. "They've cut off two fast trains. It's achieved nothing other than chaos and delays," Mr Lun said on Monday morning. Mr Lun said that cutting services to Kogarah - a major hub with hospitals, schools and TAFE, "just doesn't make sense". Deirdre Clifton, an education officer at St George Hospital, said her train ticket will now cost almost double than it did previously because she now has to travel at peak time. She is now considering driving to work to avoid the disruption of changing at Hurstville. "It doesn't matter where I get on the train, there is no direct service to Kogarah. It's just not good enough." There are also new bus timetables. In parts of Parramatta, Liverpool and Fairfield, the new bus timetables have coincided with a difficult transition to a new private bus operator. At Merrylands Station, Sarah Georgopolous, a teacher at Holroyd High School, had checked the timetable night before and was hoping to catch a 806 bus to school at 7.34am. But the bus still was not there at 7.55am. "These buses that we would've caught before are now going to another school," said Ms Georgopolous, pointing to an empty bus in front of her. "It is very confusing". At 8.10am, the 806 had still not arrived but Ms Georgopolous and other teachers had caught an 810. An earlier 810, scheduled to arrive at 7.18am had also not arrived. Or, if it did arrive, the bus sat at the stop with a "Not in Service" sign on. "It is chaos," said another Holroyd teacher, who wanted to only give her name as Wang. When an 806 eventually arrived, just before 8.15am, there were two of them. The private bus contract for the Merrylands area was last week taken over by a company called Transit Systems, and there have been some teething problems with the transition. At Town Hall, some commuters were pleased with more direct services. Gerardo Pierro, who travelled from Wollongong to the city, said his trip had been simplified: "I don't have to get off at Central and get another train anymore. It's just one train straight through. I'm getting to work 20 minutes earlier." After catching an express train from Belmore to the city, Mac Anasto also arrived earlier than expected. On the trip from Regents Park to Town Hall, Wayne Goddfrey said the major change was that all trains now terminate at Lidcombe. "I had to get on a very full train at Lidcombe. I was lucky to get a seat," he said. Ms Berejiklian said there would be changes for some customers but "I hope everyone understands that this timetable is designed to deliver improvements for the overwhelming majority of people and there's a real focus on extra frequency, less crowding and reduced travel times." "A ten minute wait for an all-stops train at peak hour time is a joke," said Abe Khikarwe, who said it took 25 minutes to get to the city. Jenny, a social worker at St George Hospital, was concerned that her trip from Oatley now involved a train and platform switch at Hurstville. "I used to get to Kogarah quite quickly because it didn't stop at every station. This morning, the trains were crowded and I didn't get a seat. It wasn't good."
Travel from Dublin to London from €72 return with Bus Éireann Eurolines and Irish Ferries. Bus Éireann Eurolines coach and ferry day services runs from Dublin to Birmingham and London. The Eurolines service departs from Dublin (Busaras) at 0700, and arrive in Birmingham city centre at 1530 and London city centre at 1900. The crossing is be onboard one of the largest car ferries in the world, the Irish Ferries "Ulysses". www.irishferries.com The night-time service sees two coaches depart daily from Dublin Busaras, travelling via Holyhead on Irish Ferries and onwards to Leeds and London, the latter including stops in Manchester and Birmingham. The adult fares includes two medium size suitcases and all taxes costs from €72 return and €85 return for all other locations on the Bus Éireann nationwide network (including travel on connecting Bus Éireann services). Customers are advised to books in advance to avoid any disappointment. You can also book tickets online at http://www.eurolines.buseireann.ie or for further information visit any Bus Éireann, Irish Ferries Office. In Britain, reservations may be made at National Express / Eurolines http://www.eurolines.com or any National Express travel agent. Telephone enquiries may be made to National Express customer service/booking centre at 08717 818 177 Unravel Travel TV on You Tube http://www.youtube.com/UnravelTravelTV Unravel Travel TV Twitter http://www.twitter.com/UnravelTravelTV Unravel Travel TV http://www.unraveltravel.eu
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