The photo, which I took on a day off last March, shows one of our buses passing two vans, one van is parked on top of the other and is advertising a local firm that sells vans. These vans have been parked here for longer than two years. What doesn't show on the photo is that where I am standing to take the photo is half way round a bend. What it does show is the bus coming towards me is over the white line in the centre of the road. What it also shows is the car in front of me has had to move into the cycle lane. Good job there wasn't a cycle there. Often, going the way the bus in the photo is, a car or HGV would come the other way round the bend and have to move suddenly to the left to avoid the bus or the bus would have to brake hard to avoid a head-on. Going the other way we would just drive in the cycle lane to avoid having to take sudden action to miss what may be coming towards us. After spending most of the last two years parked here and causing a major traffic hazard the vans have finally been moved. The local council, god bless the local council, have made this section of 'No Waiting' between 8 am and 10 am and between 4 and 6 pm. The council workers actually came down one day last week and painted yellow lines in the roadway while the van was still there; hopefully there was a parking attendant following them with his note book in hand.