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Just like carriage keys, BR1 keys are not exclusive to the national railway as BR consistently sold off rolling stock to preservation societies and individuals.
Im not aware that any stipulation was made that locks must be changed and so I can’t see any illegality in selling a useful piece of...
Have you looked at the Decathlon website?
They have a range of panniers at prices that wont break the bank. I can’t vouch for them personally but the reviews seem quite good and I have purchased kayaking equipment from them that was excellent quality.
I wonder how the scenario would have ended if the customer produced an all line rover.
Obviously, that would have covered the whole journey from Crewe to London and so what could (would) the TM have done?
Stations do not have a standard door key, that is why there are various locations (e.g. Blackpool) that are designated locations for duplicate keys.
The no.16 padlock is normally used at locations that require 24hr access such as stabling sidings or access to lineside cabinets and other...
Seascale on the Cumbrian Coast has no footbridge, and the only way from one side to the other is via a narrow road bridge under the railway with no footway, and on such a sharp bend that there are mirrors provided for motorists to see on-coming traffic.
If you were to preclude that route for a...
They tend to be utilised differently on a Saturday. With the large number of events on a weekend they can often be found performing station barrier checks for football matches, food markets, festivals and all the other events that bring large crowds to a single location.