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BCI Demonstrator at Transdev

Postby The Tulla Flyer » Wed Jan 11, 2017 4:19 pm

A few photos of the BCI out and about on some runs around Port Melbourne.

At Garden City
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At Queen Vic Market
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At Southern Cross Station stop. Collins St. extension
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Fishermans Bend Terminus Route 237 Image

Inside
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Re: BCI Demonstrator at Transdev

Postby Hawkeye » Wed Jan 11, 2017 5:40 pm

Not too bad at all, quite a nice appealing bus. One thing I notice is, the front 2 seats don't seem too comfortable (behind driver and the front entrance)...

Do people seriously have nothing better to do? How long as this bus been in service, and it already has graffiti on the back of some rear seats :x

Overall body shape is nice, although the rear could do some working on. Optimus is like this too, all is good but the rear (IMO). But thanks for sharing, nice shots :)
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Re: BCI Demonstrator at Transdev

Postby grenda bus 669 » Thu Jan 12, 2017 8:34 pm

Great photos Tulla Flyer! Hopefully next time I'm out I can get decent shots with my DSLR of #298 and #801.

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Re: BCI Demonstrator at Transdev

Postby Mitch » Thu Jan 12, 2017 11:27 pm

Hawkeye wrote:Do people seriously have nothing better to do? How long as this bus been in service, and it already has graffiti on the back of some rear seats :x


Could potentially be left over graffiti from when it was in service with CDC. Although it hasn't been with CDC for a while now.

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Re: BCI Demonstrator at Transdev

Postby Hawkeye » Mon Jan 16, 2017 1:33 pm

Mitch wrote:
Hawkeye wrote:Do people seriously have nothing better to do? How long as this bus been in service, and it already has graffiti on the back of some rear seats :x


Could potentially be left over graffiti from when it was in service with CDC. Although it hasn't been with CDC for a while now.

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Either way - get a life people. How would you feel if half a dozen bus drivers just casually came to your house and tagged your whole side wall? Not something you do to anything... :evil:
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Re: BCI Demonstrator at Transdev

Postby Alstom 888M » Tue Jan 17, 2017 11:14 am

I seriously doubt it's been there since CDC. In fact if that's the only graffiti on that bus I think it's a fair assumption that it happened that day.
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