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Friday, 31 October 2014

Route H19: Harrow (Anti-clockwise) - Timelapse Video


Route H19 is an anticlockwise route which runs from Harrow, serving Northwick Park, Kenton, Belmont, Harrow Weald & North Harrow in the process. In 2006, Route H18, (then Harrow Weald to Harrow) was extended via the old 350 route (Watford to Harrow) through Headstone Lane and North Harrow. To help passengers distinguish between the new clockwise and anticlockwise routes, the anticlockwise route was re-numbered H19, just like the other circular Harrow Route (H9/H10).

The route is operated by Arriva the Shires from Garston Bus Garage, operated using Enviro200 Darts and Wright Cadets. The route is 9 miles long and the H18/H19 has a Peak Vehicle Requirement (PVR) of 7.

Some Arriva the Shires News:
  • 6122 - LJ05BKV (Arriva Southern Counties) is currently at Garston as a temporary transfer.
  • 3818 - GN08CHG (Arriva Southern Counties [4009]) is a permanent transfer to Garston to help out with the unreliable Enviro200 Darts.

6 Comments:

Courtney Bonnick says:
at: Wednesday, November 05, 2014 7:14:00 pm said...

3818 a E200 is permanent transfer because Garston's current E200s are unreliable. That doesn't make sense.

QuizGuru says:
at: Wednesday, November 12, 2014 6:52:00 pm said...

They are unreliable because one bus breaks down literally two/three times every week, resulting in reduced PVR which costs Arriva The Shires money

8R4THK4J 81 says:
at: Thursday, November 13, 2014 8:25:00 pm said...

Ouch

Courtney Bonnick says:
at: Friday, November 28, 2014 11:05:00 pm said...

Yes E200s at Garston are unreliable but what I find strange is Garston using 3818 a E200 to cover for the unreliable E200s. If the current E200s at Garston are unreliable won't 3818 a E200 end up being unreliable too. Would it not be better to use a Dart or a Cadet since they are having trouble with E200s.

QuizGuru says:
at: Saturday, July 04, 2015 3:10:00 pm said...

Two of these darts broke down the other day. 4009 was the only sparr bus available at that time. DW12 is also at GR

QuizGuru says:
at: Saturday, July 04, 2015 3:12:00 pm said...

Two of these darts broke down the other day. 4009 was the only sparr bus available at that time. DW12 is also at GR

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