Photographs


Wright Sreetlite 47504 in the new "Coastal Reds" livery that will be eventually applied to all Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft First buses for local town services. (Picture courtesy of East Norfolk Bus Blog).

First open top 32905 standing outside the Brittania Pier in Great Yarmouth on the launch day of the new seafront/Hemsby open top service om May 15 2021. (Picture courtesy of East Norfolk Bus Blog)

 
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Picture of First Gemini double decker painted in the "Coastal Clipper" Livery for service 99 between Lowestoft and Southwold leaving Lowestoft bus station.(Pic courtesy of East Norfolk Bus Blog)
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Gemini double decker 32348 also pictured on 15th May on Great Yarmouth seafront. (Picture courtesy of East Norfolk Bus Blog)
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Gemini numbered 36287 pictured in Market gates on the first day of new service 7 Great Yarmouth-Fleggburgh-Filby-Acle-Norwich on 12th March 2023. (picture courtesy of East Norfolk Bus Blog)
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Picture of one of the new trains built by Stadler in Switzerland for Greater Anglia and pictured at Great Yarmouth whilst on test. (picture courtesy of Wherry Line Partnership)

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Sanders Coaches VolvoB8RLE/MCV numbered 531 route branded for service on route 6/X6 for Great Yarmouth to North Walsham and Cromer pictured on 22nd Jun3 2023.

(Picture courtesy of East Norfolk Bus Blog)

     

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WrightStreetDeck Electroliner the first of a new batch of, in total, 59 new electric operated buses due to enter service in Norwich during 2024/ This is numbered 36531 and is shown on test in the city on 21st September 2023.(Picture courtesy of East Norfolk Bus Blog)

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Another shot of 36531, pictured in Norwich on 21st September 2023 (Picture courtesy of East Norfolk Bus Blog)

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Pictured above are three buses in former Great Yarmouth Transport (GYT) livery. From left to right Gemini number 62, currently in use with First, centre is First number 59 on its farewell tour before going off to an enthusiast and lastly former GYT single decker number 85 that is privately owned. The picture was taken on 8th January 2022 at Seashore terminus. (picture courtesy of East Norfolk Bus Blog)

IMG 1166Picture above is one of four new Sanders Coaches Volvo B8RLE/MCV Evora single deckers working on the "Coasthopper" service along the A149 coast road near Cley-next the-Sea.Picture taken on 8th July 2021. (Picture courtesy of East Norfolk Bus Blog)    Royal Train
First double decker number 59 seen in Gorleston High Street on 7th January 2022 on its last day in service. (Picture courtesy of East Norfolk Bus Blog)
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First Gemini double decker 37562 in Great Yarmouth Transport Heritage fleet, pictured 1st September 2021.(Picture courtesy of East Norfolk Bus Blog)

Picture below is one of Sanders Coaches Volvo/Evora single deckers numbered 531 on service X55 from North Walsham to Norwich pictured in April 2023

(Picture courtesy of East Norfolk Bus Blog)


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Another shot of the new Excel double deckers.(Picture courtesy of East Norfolk Bus Blog)