Separate names with a comma.
You will find answers across this thread and elsewhere but in short (and I don't necessarily agree with all of these but by way of summary)
But if Northern are so bad, and Westminster so untrustworthy, then what is the solution? What's your solution?
Fair, my mistake.
Those names are too similar, all the same.
Arriva cannot be blamed for many of the external factors - including electrification, delay in new stock, and industrial action.
Arriva had to deal with an intransigent, goal shifting RMT of course, which didn't help.
"West Coast Rail" is the name of a heritage rail provider.
A thought occurs. If Rail North don't accept "LMS" because it doesn't mention "the north", are we going to enter a very British spat?
So maybe "West Coast Rail - National" and "West Coast Rail - High Speed" ?
I remember a petition being set up which claimed going metric was a plot by the EU to get rid of all things British.
The UK is European only by chance of geography. Sadly, disgracefully, unfortunately, we are American in outlook.
Tripe and vinegar, fresh from the fridge, is still one of my treats. Love it.
Netherlands recently, BBC, ITV, Five, and BBC News (World Service). Everything else in Dutch, German, Italian and Russian.
And now time to unwatch the thread!
I can see why this discussion must be baffling to people outside the UK, where our inbuilt, inherent obsession with class and privilege hardly...
This discussion could only happen on a UK forum! Nobody obsesses over class quite like the British.
What I'll say is, maybe this is policy?
And to think about modem communication trends, the new franchise names are easy to hashtag. East Midlands...
Not to influence anybody yet to vote in this poll but the runaway leaders are quite the surprise!
Thanks both :)
What would happen to Rochdale Railway Station Metrolink stop if Heywood gets onto the Metrolink map? Would trams run through the actual railway...