The Phonj wrote:1620 and 1621 have had this seating arrangement since new. It was probably an experiment by the STA; possibly with the aim of reducing graffiti and vandalism at the back of the bus. Memory recalls there being a mirror at the back of the bus; facing into the open seating area.
Eagle Eye wrote:(3) Sorry my last rant. Its interesting how many people insist on during the pm peak to travel on the J1 between Grenfell Street and Klemzig/Paradise instead of using the myriad of other services operating the same route (503, 504, 506, 507, 521, 546, 556, 578, 558, T500, T501). Maybe its the location of the stop outside City X and/or lack of direction to the other routes, but often the J1 is full by the time it has crawled down Frome Street to the RAH, while many of the others sail down Grenfell Street with seats aplenty, only to see the J1 spill out its packed load at Paradise.
TheLondoner wrote:(1) The O-Bahn's big hill
TheLondoner wrote:(2) Rigids/artics route specific?
TheLondoner wrote:(3) 500-series vs other O-Bahn routes
DanC wrote:Also I very much enjoyed the Marion station. Loved the overpass structure there! I think thats the only one apart from Lonsdale. Yes??
The Phonj wrote:I remember Edwardstown having a subway; from memory it was a large concrete cylindrical structure. I believe the Goods yard at Edwardstown was located on teh South Road side of the railway line.
The old Oaklands station had a subway which remained open until it's closure and demolition.
Further along the line, Warradale, Brighton, Marino and Hallett Cove Beach all have subways.
Alberton also has an overpass structure.
Daz wrote:Crash gearbox has less moving parts and more durable but more difficult to drive after a few beers
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