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Friday, February 10, 2006

This is the view most tourists have as an Edinburgh bus driver on the Number 44 takes a corner. Far from running too fast or without due care and attention (that distinction has to go to Dublin bus drivers in my experience) Edinburgh drivers are wonderful. But their buses do have strong brakes.

So when you arrive in Edinburgh for your hols you, too, will be welcomed by the soothing classy colour schemes of Lothian Buses, together with Ned TV. Ned TV is the screen at the front of every bus that allows you to see what the people at the back and on the stair up are doing. Great entertainment when you're on the move.

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