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#AYearOfBuses 108: Haddington – Fort Kinnaird

Prentice 108

Former Eastern Scottish route 108, linking East Lothian with Fort Kinnaird is today’s feature here on #AYearOfBuses.

Now in the hands of multi-award winning independent Prentice of Haddington, the 108 takes a leisurely stroll through picturesque East Lothian along the A199, primarily using their smart fleet of silver ADL Enviro200s. From the charming town of Haddington, the 108 heads west towards Edinburgh, through Tranent, one of the oldest towns in East Lothian, to the huge retail park at Fort Kinnaird.

Helping them to win a plethora of UK Bus Awards over the last few years, Prentice’s immaculate fleet boasts many features which put even the larger bus groups to shame – including contactless payments, smart ticketing, free WiFi – and even live bus tracking!

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