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Village with no buses gets new bus shelter

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A VILLAGE has been given a new bus shelter - despite having no bus service.

Bissoe, near Truro, was given the shelter by Cornish Concrete Products, which has its base in the village.

Despite the presence of the eye-catching new structure, no public buses serve the residents or businesses.

http://www.westbrito...tail/story.html

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Lilly

This is one of those things that takes it way beyond stupid...deep into idiotic territory no less.

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Eldorado

It does ease the local homeless problem though. There'll be a family of five in it afore you can say 'We're all in it together'!

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acute

It looks more like a war-time pillbox!

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shrooma

build it.., and they will come....

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Leonardo

At least this village's idiot has got some building skills...

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Dark Howl

It's a nice enough looking shelter. It would help keep everyone dry and warm atleast. It's better than the platic roofless shelters where I live.

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Princess Serenity

What a waste of money.

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Omnaka

Nice place to kick it.

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