STA 2108 after heavy shower today. (8/3/2012)

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STA 2108 after heavy shower today. (8/3/2012)

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It was doing 393 all day, thanks to Norbert providing info.
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Re: STA 2108 after heavy shower today. (8/3/2012)

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That is such a neat looking unit, and being an odd-bod, I hope it stays at STA for a long time!
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Re: STA 2108 after heavy shower today. (8/3/2012)

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Might look a bit better with complete accreditation details, ie with "Port Botany" reapplied.

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Re: STA 2108 after heavy shower today. (8/3/2012)

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oh that is an eye opener.. how come your CR228's have dual rear axles over there... just a little strange as the Perth counterparts only have singles for the roughly the same body size? I can't see there being a considerable amount of extra standees' fitting on the Sydney buses?
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Re: STA 2108 after heavy shower today. (8/3/2012)

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wayfarer wrote:oh that is an eye opener.. how come your CR228's have dual rear axles over there... just a little strange as the Perth counterparts only have singles for the roughly the same body size? I can't see there being a considerable amount of extra standees' fitting on the Sydney buses?
The bus pictured is a 14.5m as opposed to your 12.3m singles. We also have Volgren 12.5m with singles too.
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Re: STA 2108 after heavy shower today. (8/3/2012)

Post by STA 1440 »

The rear of most 14.5 metre long buses seems to sag, this one being no exception! :P
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