> Wesley DS16 said:
> First of all, you better mention KMB 94 or NWFB 94
> Except holiday, there are few passengers in 94
> Of course Pak Tam Au, after this stop, the next station will be at the bottom of the hill, you cannot see any sea-view.
> I think so, take care yourself
> If you want to take the 10:00a.m. 94, the 99 will depart Nai Chung around 9:30-9:40, I think some expert in 99 can answer you, I am 94 expert only.
3ASV309 KK2624 U
3ASV310 KK2360 U
3ASV311 KK2883 U
3ASV312 KK3140 U
3ASV313 KK3314 L
3ASV314 KK3474 U
3ASV315 KK3483 K
3ASV316 KK3607 K
3ASV317 KK4121 L
3ASV318 KK4200 K
3ASV319 KK4355 K
3ASV320 KK4458 U
Article 26: (Request 1)
3ASV317(L) -- KK 4121
3ASV319(K) -- KK 4355(Fainsa)
> #1361 said:
> Did anyone know CMB's DAs on
> 'hot dog' routes? I have lots
> of memory to tell anyone about
> Since September 1991, I saw DA5
> on Rt.42 when I was after school,
> 'what a surprise!' I feel it's
> very pleased to see it! Later,
> on February 1992, I saw two DAs
> on 'hot dog' route again, they
> were DA33 & 34 when they ran on
> Rt.5A. I aboarded one of them,
> DA33, which only charged $1.90!
> Then I aboarded it over twice.
> It's very valuable and comfortable!
> But when LA12* joined the Rt.5A
> scheduled, DA33 & 34 were out!
> When DA33 & 34 ran on Rt.5A
> together, I also saw DA26 @
> Rt.40! Rt.40? Yes, of course!
> Because I took it from Wah Fu
> on July 1992 when charged $3
> only! Oh, that's great!
> *LA12 started from HV @ 1700hrs
> and Felix Davis @ 1805hrs. only.