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From 2 September 2018
From 2 September
Normal timetable introduced at the end
of the Summer period
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Using this timetable
Timetables show the direction of travel, bus
numbers and the days of the week.
Main stops on the route are listed on the left.
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the bus does not stop there on that journey.
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Using the 24 hour clock
Times are shown in four figures.
The first two are the hour and
the last two are the minutes.
0753 is 53 minutes past 7am
1953 is 53 minutes past 7pm
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