Chatham Waterfront Bus Station :: Shared Description

Chatham Waterfront bus station opened in October 2011, replacing the town's previous Pentagon bus station which dated back from the 1970s and was considered not a welcome environment for passengers.
The bus station is part of the town's regeneration scheme. Medway Council demolished the John Hawkins flyover in Chatham town centre to make room for the bus station. The closure of the Pentagon bus station will allow future development of the Pentagon shopping centre.
The bus station has 19 stands on four platforms. Bus services run from the bus station around the Medway area and to parts of Kent. The bus station has a travel centre and public toilets.

by N Chadwick
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TQ7568 : Chatham bus station - April 2018 (2) by The Carlisle Kid
TQ7568 : Chatham Waterfront Bus Station by N Chadwick
TQ7568 : Chatham bus station - April 2018 (1) by The Carlisle Kid
TQ7568 : Chatham Waterfront Bus Station by N Chadwick


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Created: Mon, 17 Mar 2014, Updated: Mon, 17 Mar 2014

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