I can't also forget that it was a Stagecoach driver who took his bus up on the pavement and tried to knock me down at Exeter, although the company took action we didn't involve the police. The upshot is that given the right circumstances the guilty ones can turn the tables on you especially as the police in Scotland are now supporting these people. I think it's only a step away from supporting IS, they are both trying to undermine our democratic principles and freedoms. Such is the level of tension now that I cannot further reveal my movements lest the authorities try to track us down on trips up north suffice it to say that we shall be undertaking a limited version of our main Easter objectives on Friday and Saturday returning home on Saturday night.
We shall be west on Friday, dodging trams Sat morning and then heading back. Anyway I've made a formal complain with peel Ports about thier intimidation and bullying and on Tuesday after the holiday I'll make a formal complaint to the police. I still need to make the Lincoln and other Scottish Stagecoach complaints formal with the police. Let this be a lesson don't take any more stick either get out of the hobby or fight your corner legally over every transgression. Other areas we could follow are the lack of duty of care towards bus enthusiasts at bus stations putting them in possible harms way when as a known quantity no provisions are made, this is compounded in Scotland by the like of SPTE who are positively aggressive against bus fans and no doubt the rail lads suffer the same.
on another note the inflation of weekend wishes reached a peak at work when someone wished me an 'awesome' Easter, hmm I suppose they might be predicting a very spiritual experience ! Some lovely trucks at Liverpool and smashing drivers, waves, honks,flashes all the way, thanks gents for restoring my faith in human nature.