Lt. Commander Data wrote:I hope you enjoy your stay in Adelaide. I would recommend things to see that are transport realted, but nothing's really happened. I would recommend getting models of the MAN SL202s shile they're still around though, and maybe even one of the really new Scanias (1941-1948, 1823-1825). Also the MAN 11.190s, their days are numbered as well.
Once again, enjoy your stay!
Great to see that you're back, and that you're in Adelaide!Mungojerrie wrote:Sorry for such a delay. I was really busy with my work, but I managed my holiday journey to Australia. And now I'm here in Adelaide. It was not easy to organize this visit this time. But I think everything will be good.
Speaking of buses that you should try and look out for...
Our new Scania K320UB 'CB80's (1941-1948, 1824-1825), although 1947 and 1948 are yet to hit the road. The very last few of the 11.190's before they're all gone out of normal service. And it would be good to see some of the rare ones made into models - such as: 1347 (MAN NL202/PMCA '160'), 2746 (MAN 18.280 HOCL-NL/ABM 'CB60'), 2801 (Scania L94UA/Volgren 'CR224L'), 1015 (Scania K310UA/Custom Coaches 'CB60 Evo II'). Even some of the Iveco Metro C260/Custom Coaches 'CB80''s, they're quite good buses. Some of the different buses which operate on the city loop (e.g. the hybrid buses), and even some ex Darwin buses. There's a lot to choose from, but do enjoy your stay here!