Can You Help Mark?

I received an email recently from reader Mark Doggett, which read "Living in the Midlands I find the blog essential to keep up on the happenings in East Anglia. You may have heard of my Father, Maurice Doggett, who has followed Eastern Counties for many decades. I have followed in his footsteps and we have a vast collection of all things ECOC etc.... I was particularly interested in the article on the Cawston outstation and the photo. I have, over recent years, tried to find evidence of all former outstation sites of ECOC and have found many of them. My question to you is do you have many photos and information of the outstation a of ECOC and FEC etc..in your collection ? I am trying to collate a list and any further info would be of interest as details of many are rather sketchy nowadays."

Unfortunately I was unable to directly help Mark but I did suggest that you, my reader, might be able to help him. If that is the case please get in touch with him directly via dmeesa@btinternet.com

Thanks to all
Sam
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About Sam Larke

Norwich Buses Blog was founded in December 2013 by Sam Larke after he left another popular blog, Norwich Bus Page. Since it's launch, the site has grown dramatically, especially whilst written solely by Kieran Smith during 2015. The blog is now in it's third year and we look forward to more success and growth in the future. If you think you'd make a good writer for Norwich Buses Blog, please do get in touch via email: samuel.larke@gmail.com
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3 comments :

  1. Acle outstation was the rail station car park.

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  2. Arminghall Close FEC stored buses there just off woodcock road in Norwich. It was shared with Cleanaway Waste Services (now Veolia).

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  3. Stalham Outstation (From Thomas in sprowston. I commented regarding arminghall close)

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