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Booked a Voyager and always has been on a Sunday. Although last week it was booked a HST.
That set has been back in service for at least a week.
That's not how it works.
The complaint is with Transpennine. Network Rail will not pay out for the taxi due to Transpennines delay. Nor should they.
The complaint is at Transpennine for the delayed train and bus and not making any arrangements and nothing to do with the security guard. TPE know...
Who do they expect you to speak to? There is no TPE staff at Edinburgh!
I must be imagining all the modifications being done to the HST sets staying in service
It very much depends on the TOC. I know at XC that if you're based at Birmingham or Leicester then you are expected to commute to Derby.
I'm not sure why youd be talking to Transport for Wales about an incident with a CrossCountry Train?
You are not entitled to an excess. The correct procedure is a new ticket valid for immediate travel.
You'll need to buy the route any permitted ticket.
Not sure some of that's true anymore...
Moving at about 1125...
The only places any servicing is done is on depots. So it is in, unload, crossover, reload, away.
But I wasnt quoting that user..
No. Because you must have had a Thomas Cook booking.
Exactly that. It's been sat there for ages.
The train you get from Bodmin to Birmingham is likely to be very busy whenever you travel.