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INSTRUCTIONS:

The top picture is Liverpool Corporation Passenger Transport's A267. Lower down the page is 1111.

Click on the number or screen that you wish to change.

Then use your ARROW DOWN or ARROW UP keys to change the route number or destination.

DO NOT USE THE WHEEL ON YOUR MOUSE - it skips three lines at a time.

The default setting is:
00A
CITY CIRCLE CITY TOUR

Use the arrow down key first. If you see the symbol # it means you have reached the end and need to use your arrow up key.

The numbers and "via" screen are standard LCPT screens as fitted to the restored A267.

A little poetic licence has been used on the destination to combine most of the items on the standard LCPT North, East and South Division screens.

A267 worked from 1957 until 1976 and is now restored and running for the Merseyside Transport Trust.

1111 was the last bus to be delivered new to Liverpool Transport in 1969, but did not enter service until Merseyside Passenger Transport took over. It worked in service until 1982, then was a training school bus until 1985. I did my induction training on this bus when I transferred to driving duties in 1983.

The default setting is:
00A CITY CIRCLE

This bus is also preserved by the Merseyside Transport Trust.

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