You can get anywhere from Canterbury, and services are regular. The most promoted route is the Gold service from Canterbury to Folkestone and Hythe, terminating at the Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway station. A very clever route as there is no direct train from Canterbury to Folkestone. The 16 runs every 15 mins using Scania E400's which are a common sight in Canterbury. I must point out again that the sun played havoc with photography all day so apologies for the dubious quality of some of the pics.
|Stagecoach South East 15184 Scania E400 YN64AKO departs for Folkestone|
|Stagecoach 27921 SN63VTT at the front f 2 P&R E300's|
|Stagecoach 10065 SN63NCE on Canterbury P&R|
|Scania E400 GN13HJE in familiar livery passing a much better bus!|
|A view from the side on Canterbury City Wall|
|Stagecoach 17628 Dennis Trident ALX400 in Magic Bus colours|
There was only one noteworthy vehicle I saw operating a bus service that wasn't Stagecoach. A rather striking Scania Omnicity was loitering with intent with what I presumed was a cherished registration of FH51 LTX. But no - it appears that this is the only 51 reg Omnicity ever registered, and thus quite likely the oldest. New to Nottingham City Transport in 2002 it is now with Poynters Coaches of Wye, it was operating the 620 between Canterbury and Waltham.
|Poynters Scania Omnicity FH51 LTX|