Friday, 24 February 2017
Old Photograph Double Decker Passenger Bus Pather Scotland
Old photograph of a Double Decker passenger bus in Pather, a small suburb of Wishaw, Scotland. All the streets in Pather are named after Scottish Lochs except Hospital Road, which is an offshoot of the road that used to pass the now demolished Wishaw Hospital. Examples of this include Tarbert Avenue, Lomond Drive, Earn Crescent, Ness Street, Etive Street, and Sunart Street. Pather is separated from the main part of Wishaw and Gowkthrapple by the two railway lines, one of which is the main West Coast line between Glasgow and London and the other is the Lanark line which runs between Lanark and Milngavie and Dalmuir, which run parallel along the length of the scheme proper. It is also serviced by First Glasgow buses which run a service to Glasgow.
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