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Here’s the answer to what it will be – straight from the MD’s mouth:
Avanti managing director Phil Whittingham, who previously held the same role...
Yes. Trainline (formerly Virgin Trainline) was the first ticket booking website.
You can easily create an additional App Store account for the UK to access the UK store. I have UK, USA, China, and Hong Kong accounts as I use...
I presume the crop so it looks like a red 'V'irgin is very much intentional.
Considering https://www.westcoastpartnership.co.uk/ is now using that font & colour scheme I think it’s pretty definite.
Believe they said “simply fresh” which is also (apparently) at Hatfield station: http://www.simplyfresh.info/
I suppose they don’t want to leave a wide gate free considering how easy they are to squeeze through.
Image shows all the doors remaining
I know someone that went to Alton to visit Alton Towers theme park. They ended up going to Thorpe Park instead.
Predicted here: ;)
Retrofitted with the new LED panels on the doors? Other stickers haven’t been updated though.
I'd bet on West Coast Railway... if there wasn't another company with a very similar name.
Was designed for the old tube line and no growth – even has a shorter platform than the other stations.
Class 222 rebranded to EMR INTERCITY. Source: https://twitter.com/johntilluk/status/1160589392035098627?s=21
First Class 158 rebranded to "EMR Regional". Source: https://twitter.com/ceaston66/status/1159021207334903808?s=21
Interesting the two colours are pretty similar to the ones the Singapore transport authority asked the public to pick between when they moved to...
Are the signs also different colours? Does this happen at any of their other stations?
Existing thread is here: https://www.railforums.co.uk/threads/grayling-out.186861/#post-4121371v
With Boris and Shapps both being pro-TfL this is hopefully great news for further devolution to London.
Shapps also voted for HS2 all 7 times...