Separate names with a comma.
Former director of Road Building Co. Involved in the closure of thousands of miles of Railways.
No, not bent at all.
Despite it being the signaller that can set the wrong route in the first place.
To, not from.
I'm starting in Yorkshire, GOING TO Amersham.
No, I have had them, just not from a National Rail Station.
I have never in probably 5 or more years found a National Rail Station Ticket Office or Machine that would issue more than to Zone 6.
Not particularly "unhappy".
The nice thing with the "Wayfarer" tickets is that they are valid through the afternoon peak, unlike many other local rovers.
Similarly with holders of Metro Cards being told they can only use services that stop at Marsden, or buy all the way though to Huddersfield.
Epsom DOWNS, and Tattenham Corner however are both in Zone6.
As an aside, does anybody know of a reason mainline TOCs can only issue upto zones 1-6, and not 7, 8, or 9?
In fact in an entirely different town altogether.
Are you not aware of what "Parkway" means?
Baghill is useful for the Hospital.
IF you have an appointment that fits in with the two services each way per day.
Not at Moorgate, or Waterloo.
Or Highbury & Islington.
For it to not to show the low level platform because it "happens to be out of date" would mean it was over 40 years old.
I don't think it is...
"His retirement was not particularly dignified; he was under intensive investigation by the Inland Revenue, who had become interested in the...
Certainly more Railway mileage disappeared under her tenure.
I'm 77, so no, I'm not "too young".
However, you may want to tell the world what you THINK it means.
I seem to remember a time when there were Chester services from the "Mainline" Platforms?