Memories over tea

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Head of Service Delivery, Alan Black was reunited with his former boss, ex-Superintendent at Marine Garage, Jim Murphy. LOTHIAN

Some 80 former Lothian employees returned to their old garages to share memories and photographs over afternoon tea.

Lothian Buses had organised the events at Central, Marine and Longstone garages as part of its 100th anniversary celebrations.

“It was great to welcome everyone back and the afternoon tea events were most enjoyable,” said Lothian’s Head of Communications, Sarah Taylor. “Some fascinating stories were shared.”

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