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I wouldn’t do this journey by train - 280 bus to Preston then X2 bus to Southport.
In defence of Grayling...
No, there is no defence of Grayling, it’s him.
I imagine some rural branch line e.g. Looe/Newquay where there is time to check tickets between stops yet trains are not usually rammed.
I’d say at least 20 mins, it’s a 15 minute *run*, especially as it’s all uphill on the way back. Had some close calls running for the 22:19 (as...
I’d say slightly more than 1 in 10, it’s also quite well used on Liverpool match days with people heading to Kirkdale/Sandhills.
You’d have to go via Huddersfield and Brighouse.
I think Network Rail are due/were going to take over managing Victoria.
It’s true, FNW had hoped to take over the Holyhead route as well.
Platform 9 is split into 3.
Bringing sunk costs into the argument only serves to weaken your position.
On one given day, it would cost me £20.10 return to work by train...
Unfortunately that's the perception Northern have created of themselves, by themselves. Facts are irrelevant when people are stranded, students...
Grand Central couldn't use Adelante as it's a FirstGroup brand. Adelante has stuck as First still operate the majority of the fleet, nothing to do...
Considering the areas these trains operate in, it's hardly likely to be the same people :lol:
What's meant by 'abstract'?
I once went from Manchester to London and back via Sheffield to avoid them.
I get horrendous motion sickness on them, not helped by the fact the...
The old platforms at Holborn have been used for storage/offices in the past.
A 1972 stock train is permanently stabled somewhere down there.
Sod getting off at Oxford Road and having to walk back to Deansgate for the Metrolink.
York to Sheffield via Pontefract? (is this still a diversionary route?)
Newark North Gate on VT.