Works for me too. I'd suggest a slightly squarer matrix though - 9 rows x 50-odd pages means a lot of horizontal scrolling, but I appreciate the ragged right hand ends of rows so as not to split one table across two rows. Would it be possible to overlay a large table number at the start of each row?
From the 1978 timetable, a broad summary, not all station stops shown, but the vast majority were all-stations...
Half-hourly Mon-Fri HV-Herne Hill-Streatham-Selhurst-W Croydon (from Victoria on Sat/Sun)
Peak hours Mon-Fri HV-Herne Hill-Streatham-London Bridge via Wimbledon or...
Just found a couple of things:
1) from https://www.medway.gov.uk/news/article/485/central_government_awards_major_funding_boost_for_medway
2) and from https://www.medway.gov.uk/homepage/275/housing_infrastructure_fund
3) Newspaper article on the new station at...
The Great Crested Grebe (svasso maggiore / Haubentaucher) has an elaborate courting ritual, like a dance, where they mimic each other's moves. So maybe you caught them in the middle of a complicated turn!
Lovely part of the world, especially the bilingual Alto Adige/Südtirol.
I'd have said more than that at certain times of day - a few times last year I travelled from the Sheffield direction about 4pm, and lost count at 30-odd getting off at Rotherham, with a smaller number staying on to Parkgate.
Parkgate also has a small park-and-ride car park for anyone commuting into Sheffield.
Being local, and doing my weekly food shop at Parkgate, I've seen the odd tram-train come and go on the hourly service, with somewhere between very few and no passengers.
Well eventually - as originally refurbished, the seat bases were pretty hard - looked thick but with hardly any 'give' in them at all. And while the thin/hard seats on today's stock are compensated by a mostly smooth ride, the track on the SE division was as ropey as ever!
Anecdotal evidence - I often timed how long from tunnel entrance to exit. Pacers stopping at Grindleford almost exactly 4 mins end to end, and non-stop trains around 3.5 mins.
And it's pretty rare to be on a stopping train from Sheffield that gets held at the signal before entering the tunnel...
There's a series of 'family trees' of rail companies forming the big four in the back of the big Cobb GB atlas*, showing which companies merged with which, which got taken over, dates, joint arrangements etc.
*The Railways of Great Britain A Historical Atlas
Do we have any reliable corroborating source for the transfer yet, apart from Rail magazine's website? Like a press release or announcement?
Nothing on Southeastern's news/media centre: https://newsroom.southeasternrailway.co.uk/ (or their twitter feed)
Nothing on Angel Trains news page...