We couldn't get a signal last night, the internet here is very random likewise their electrics and mobile signal, comforting to know that other areas suffer like lower peover. The weather forecasts were hopelessly wrong and it threw it down all day in Brighton but I managed to get shots in Churchill Square from the first bus shelter on the left which has no services stopping and now houses the shelter cleaners kit. So without risking the cameras I was able to carry on, then I went down to old steine and got some shots of the article on the university run which don't serve the town centre. It was still wet though and the cheap Chinese Bromley saved the day once more. After this we came over the coast road back to Eastbourne and I had under an hour to spare which I put to good use and I think I've now got the gist of the bus stops. Eastbourne has lost its old identity and now terminus road is all paved over. The buses are pushed into two side roads but at least it is all easy to get at. I got about twenty minutes of film but not sure if I'll be able to add to it Saturday as today is our seaside sunning day, it has been so long since we were in a prom and today the sky is already starting to clear at breakfast time and !like set to be back on track. Well we shall be home late tonight so next blog will be on Sunday when we can start giving you selections of images fro. Our trip which so far will produce seven programmes.
PMP Sponsors the North West Vehicle Restoration Trust at Kirkby.