|FJ10 BJX||John St, Hanley||Cheddleton||Charter||Aiming High|
|FJ10 BJX||Cheddleton||John St, Hanley||Charter||Aiming High|
Today Matthew went on a trip on the Beatrice canal barge. The barge for disabled children, was organised by Aiming High and as usual they organise transport from Hanley on one of their own vehicles. We arrived in Hanley about 09:40 which gave Matthew an opportunity to watch and photograph buses. Whilst stand outside the bus station for around 15 minutes, Matthew first spot this Alton Towers Transport bus entering the bus station.
Alton Towers Transport M425 UNW enters Hanley bus station (Matt)
There were many First buses in and out of the bus station in this short time. one of which was 40169 seen on a #23 Blurton service.
40169 on a #23 Blurton (Matt)
Another interesting service is the #61 to Tunstall operated by Wardle Transport. On weekdays this is many opperated by double decker buses. One such bus seen today on this 30 minutes frequency service is 4652.
Wardle Transport 4652 entering Hanley bus station (Matt)
As it closer to time we walked down to John Street. After a short while the vehicle turned up. on this occasion it was FJ10 BJX.
Aiming High FJ10 BJX in John Street about to work to Cheddleton (Matt)
Matthew then gave me his camera whilst he went on the bus. When he returned he seemed very happy and virtually bounced off the bus. Mum then took him home via the Wrights Pie shop in Hanford where sausage rolls and Manchester tarts were purchased.
Manchester Tarts in the Wrights Pie shop in Hanford (Matt)
With a car full of food, Matthew went home very happy..Mark