It’s a rather unglorified shed, with a dirty corrugated iron roof and painted concrete floor. It doesn’t give a good first impression of Birmingham, which is now very much on the up. You’d think that with all of the nice new architecture being put into the centre of the city that they’d do something here, but obviously not. But then Birmingham New Street is also quite depressing and dark too.
Still, if Bradford can manage a reasonably good coach station then why can’t Britain’s second-largest city?
Anyway, yes, I arrived safely at Hari’s parents house yesterday.