The old issue of Abnash raised itself in today’s Stroud News & Journal. Buses and Abnash have never mixed well together, for fear of grounding. One good thing about Mercedes minibuses, though, is that they could always tackle the junction’s steep camber quite well. With other buses, you need to approach at the right angle and at the right speed.

On occasion, Stagecoach has needed to put one of its brand new buses on the 26 usually reserved for the 14. The new ones ground at the rear at Abnash. The remedy is to cut part of the route out. Not a good idea but probably better than no bus at all.

The issue found its way to the paper. See the article here and read the comments one of which is a necessary exposition on the situation, at least to try to dispel the negativity this article raised.


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