A LITTLE piece from the New Journal to recommend which won’t keep you long but will expertly open your eyes to the world of bus spotting. Due to the heavy demands of the Olympics, buses from every corner of the country were bussed in to cover the demand. And this meant the train spotter’s lesser known cousin, the bus spotter, had a field day in the capital. A genuine once in a lifetime opportunity for them, that fine writer Simon Wroe, a much missed former CNJ journalist, explains how they’ve flocked into town to gorge. One interviewee, Trevor, explains: ‘When you see one that says Caithness on the side you think ‘Hello’.’ Give it a read.
Simon also has a must see blog at The London Nobody Knows. Can’t recommend highly enough.