Thursday, 20 June 2013

Trip to Abbey Hulton / Newcastle 20-06-2013


1321BentileeBucknall Newhouse RoadCharterWardle Transport
MIB 270Bucknall Newhouse RoadNewcastle Adventure PlaygroundCharterCopeland's Tours
MIB 270Newcastle Adventure PlaygroundBucknall Newhouse RoadCharterCopeland's Tours
1321Bucknall Newhouse RoadBlurtonCharterWardle Transport

Today Matthew was going to college. He started the day in respite. He got up at 05:00 and had breakfast of toast and orange juice and got ready for college and then the bus appeared. It was Wardle Transport 1321.

Wardle Transport 1321 in Bentilee
The bus set off down down Dividy Road and into Bucknall. The bus then went down Newhouse Road. After registration is transport to the adventure playground today was Copeland's Tours MIB 270. The coach set off onto Newhouse Road. They then up to Hanley up limekiln Bank. They went around Hanley to Snow Hill and then along Shelton New Road. They then went down George Street into Newcastle and ten into the adventure playground. After a session in the playground they returned to Bucknall They headed out of Newcastle and up George Street to Shelton New Road. They then went up the the Hanley Ring Road and then down Limekiln Bank. On the A52 the turned onto Newhouse Road and into college. For dinner Matthew had chicken and chips with chocolate fudge cake for afters. Matthew went to say hello to someone. After a party with cake and and an afternoon swimming session Matthew went outside to see Wardle Transport 1321 waiting for his trip home. The bus went onto Leek Road in Abbey Hulton before heading through Bucknall Leek Road to Joiners Square. They then Went Victoria Road and through Fenton. They went along Christchurch Street and trough Heron Cross and then home around 16:00. He hadn't got is camera on him because it had been left at the Wardle Transport depot, so we jumped in the car to go fetch it! We headed onto the A5035 and headed East. At the lights by Newstead we caught up with Wardle Transport 1321 and waved before we set of to Longton. We then saw A16 BNT. We went around Longton past the Gladstone Pottery Museum and passed The Sea Lion and onto Anchor Road. We went up anchor road and along Mossfield Road to the bus depot. Mum went into the office and collected his bag and camera. When he got his camera he took a picture of the Trio of Dennis Trident parked up at the front of the depot.

Trident Trio: Wardle Transport 4891/6/8
Inside the depot we could see Wardle Transport 2259 receiving some attention. Also parked up were minibuses 1501 & 1455. We set off out of the gates and we passed several more vehicle returning to the depot. We saw solo 2547, Olympian 4652 and tri-axle Olympian 4545.

Wardle Transport 4545 on Mossfield Road
We turned onto Anchor Road and we passed his old college transport Wardle Transport 1450.

Wardle Transport 1450 on Anchor Road
We drove down into and around Longton and then we went passed the Z Carz depot and there wasn't a single bus there. We did see Z Carz T408 JUX as we headed on the A5035. We drove along the A5035 and then home for a short while. Around 18:00 we set of down the A34 and into Trentham. We dropped off few books and then went onto the A34. We went to the Trent vale MacDonald, but the drive through had closed for refurbishment, aswell as most of the car park??? We headed to the Longton MacDonalds along th a34, A500 and A50. After picking up his food we headed back via Heron Cross and Blurton Road. Matthew ate his MacDonalds and chilled out on his computer. He headed off to bed around 23;30...Mark.

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