Preston Bus bringing back TVs?

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VTPreston_Tez

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I was on 20786 from Black Bull to Ainsdale Drive earlier today (88a incase you were wondering) operated by Preston Bus. I am a frequent rider on this certain bus and am wondering why the TV was turned on although it usually isn't. can anyone explain?
 
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I was on 20786 from Black Bull to Ainsdale Drive earlier today (88a incase you were wondering) operated by Preston Bus. I am a frequent rider on this certain bus and am wondering why the TV was turned on although it usually isn't. can anyone explain?

Why not ask Preston bus on their facebook page.
 

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Dont do Facebook, I thought a member here would know and on twitter they take yolks to reply
 

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This is what Preston bus told me on Facebook

"Some of our buses are fitted with TVs (they show views from the CCTV cameras). Of these, several have the screens which are disconnected or out of order. It's not a high priority to have these screens working, so they are fixed and reinstated when time allows. "
 

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Update: The bus mentioned in the OP, the TV is back out of order. Rode 86 again and found out.
 
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