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    Default Hawkhurst Bus Depot


    Came past here recently and was surprised to find the old bus depot has closed. I've always liked this building, with its retro 50's air and stylish glazed canopy. Sadly, it is now decaying and awaiting redevelopment. As yet unchavved however:










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    looks good :)

    now get that bus out Butler, or you'll be on report.. arrrrrr

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    Arriva always tend to buyout other bus companies, close the smaller depots and move the buses and routes to the bigger depots

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    Lovely little building that, shame its going:(

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    Missed this one first time around -great Building. You've got some good photos there -ta for sharing! :)
    Lb :jimlad:

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    Thats a nice little set of buildings, it reminds me of the old Derby bus station before they knocked it down.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/45100355@N04/

    The revery alone will do, if bees are few.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevsy21 View Post
    Arriva always tend to buyout other bus companies, close the smaller depots and move the buses and routes to the bigger depots
    there could be another one on here soon mate...;)


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