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You want to prove that you can focus on the job at hand without being distracted, complete repetitive tasks with care and attention every time, be...
There may be a local arrangement where Northern accept TPE passes and vice versa. In practice, you're unlikely to get charged in uniform.
Is this your Northern Pass or your ATOC (75% off) pass? You're meant to buy a full price ticket, as the ATOC pass isn't valid for commuting.
I can't see why the upgrade could be issued to the expiry point of the first ticket, with an endorsement added? If Avantix allows it, I can't see...
ATOC make no reference to time spent together on their website now, merely that you must be married/in a civil partnership/co-habiting.
Or Traincrew Controller.
Although you'll probably get it anyway
That's because they sold the business to the management
Well, a Trainman.
Never heard of it
185123 out on a 350 diagram today
No, but I know quite a few guards and XC staff, and some who are both guards and XC staff - a bunch of thoroughly nice, level-headed people
Reminds me of the Abellio takeover of ScotRail. Pins to cover the First logos, new ties, and make use of everything else
If you think that's bad, you should see the 1000 MIA/EDB that forms it. Wasn't unusual to come on the train to find most of the alcohol sold
Fair enough, just saying what I'd heard. Wasn't it in the Evening News? Anyway, better not talking about it online - Chinese whispers doesn't help...
Story is that a 'document' was leaked (and then rapidly photocopied and emailed) stating that DCO would be coming in on routes that no one...
Depends on the time of day and year, Scottish trains can get very full up north, but only when 3/4 cars. Or 6 vice 4 or 8. People tend to stick to...
The only things missing from the old East Coast uniform are the purple shirts and blue/purple/pink ties. All the rest is the same, albeit without...
For which company?
I've noticed on social media that 'Pacer trains' to many commuters, actually refers to Class 142-144 and 150-156. There may be trouble ahead