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Arriva North West

Arriva North West is a division of Arriva that operates bus services around North West England. It consists of two companies: Arriva North West Ltd and Arriva Merseyside Ltd.

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North Atlantic Current
... The North Atlantic Current (also known as North Atlantic Drift and North Atlantic Sea Movement) is a powerful warm ocean current that continues the Gulf Stream northeast ... West of Continental Europe it splits into two major branches ... The other major branch continues north along the coast of northwestern Europe ...
Arriva Buses Wales - History
... The original predecessor of Arriva Buses Wales was Crosville Motor Services, who ran services in Wales and northern England ... operations would eventually be split between Arriva Midlands, Arriva North West and First Chester The Wirral ... would buy the company in 1991, with Drawlane eventually renamed as British Bus and then Arriva ...
Shudehill Interchange - Bus Station - Bus and Coach Services
... Irlams o' th' Height, Pendlebury, Clifton, Kearsley and Farnworth H H L 10 Arriva North West Brookhouse via Pendleton, Salford Royal Hospital and Eccles F F ...
Newton, Merseyside - Transport - Bus
... Buses Monday-Saturday N37 Hoylake-Liverpool Arriva North West Saturday night/Sunday morning 83/83A West Kirby-Birkenhead Avon Buses Monday-Friday 138/139 Newton-Meols A1A Travel Monday-Saturday ...

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