On the way home the M6 was blocked by accidents, what's new there then - yes it's ground hog day but true. Coming back up I swapped over to the A50, usual black hole territory in road work areas and hows not having a hard shoulder for safety going to help matters. It was partly sunny, nothing interesting in the bus fleets but with one exception very friendly drivers, must have been a Pole. Certainly most of the West Midlands ethnic communities are hard at work driving national Express buses although there were still a lot of MBO's kicking around Coventry, I think they are that isolated from Britain that they don't even realise what an insult it is to the Brits, especially after yesterday.
The interesting bit was an extended look at a Stagecoach breakdown recovery which happened towards the end of my visit and made for some good shots. This evening photos from of course Coventry. A landslide of orders today, DVDs and films, I'm going to be busy this evening and tomorrow we are at the Polio Fellowship collection on the Wirral. The lamps for St Oswalds arrived and I took them round to the church. Saturday we'll be at Boyle St Museum in Manchester.