After getting accosted by some locals for 'hanging around' with camera around neck, before kindly informing them of my interest and providing a link to ACT BUS (They were happy after that), getting beeped constantly, had a Hungry Jacks Thickshake thrown at me (Like always, missed me!), and wasted 15 minutes for a dart that did not show up until I left the spot, I present to you some photos from the day.
BUS-884 a Renault/MACK PR100.2 is seen on Ellerston Ave, Isabella Plains operating a 65 to Tuggeranong Interchange
Cooma Coaches TV2359 a Scania K113TRB with an NCBC body is seen heading down Ashley Drive in the ACT
BUS-153 a Dennis Dart SLF Midi Bus is seen heading to Calwell on Ashley Drive
A Blue Bus Stop sign at Stop 16 on Ellerston Ave (This style of sign is generally Yellow, and these signs I am sure used to have a 'Commuter Express' sign attached aswell)
And a little extra tidbit of information regarding the naming of streets and suburbs, from www.actpla.act.gov.au
Isabella Plains - Named for Isabella Maria Brisbane:
Ellerston Ave - County of Brisbane, Eastern DivisionExplorers Captain Mark Currie RN, Major John Ovens, and Joseph Wild camped in the Tuggeranong area and named it Isabella's Plain in 1823, in honour of the daughter of Sir Thomas Brisbane, Governor of New South Wales, 1821-25.
Ashley Drive - Named for William Patrick Ashley, Politician