I wonder what the longest fare stage 'put your hand out to stop bus' route in this country is? The 685 From Newcastle to Carlisle must be a good candidate.
I 'don't' think it's normal stopping though. Limited stop only I 'think'.ChrisCooper said:First Eastern Counties X1 which runs from Lowestoft to Peterborough via Yarmouth, Norwich and Kings Lynn. Its over 115miles, and takes just under 4 1/2 hours. It's frequent aswell, running every half an hour for most of the day. It usually uses Plaxton bodied Volvo B12 coaches, but I have seen a Dennis Dart on once (that was at Yarmouth heading for Lowestoft, so I don't know how far it had come though).
No, they did not necessarily involve changing or different operators.Cockfosters said:What are these? Are they when different operators run the route, and you change buses at specified points?