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That’s my assessment too. I guess it’s Shelves emptied, RDCs empty, supplier warehouses empty.
I must admit I’m surprised about the absence of dried pasta here in St Albans. It is here, (allegedly!) that the ‘overheard in Waitrose’ comment...
There are, or at least were, special working arrangements to get the trains into Drax; I think one of the tracks west of Drax is out of service.
We have plenty of ketchup in most of the shops near us. The only items on our shopping list that have been consistently out of stock are:
He’d been nobbled by the local rail user “group”, ie a handful of elderly gentlemen with too much time on their hands.
The start of the May timetable surely depends on the withdrawal of the ‘stay at home’ message, and when people start going back to work, visiting...
They could, but they’d be swiftly charged with endangering the safety of the railway.
As predicted on page 1 of this thread, with much opposition, and I claim my prize.
Chin up Lad!
Aren’t there Crewe - Liverpool services, via Piccadilly?
Ollerton has a good shout. The rest have no chance.
We’ll have to disagree. Leaving aside that people are on the beach right now, I’d be very surprised if the ‘stay at home’ advice is not withdrawn...
There will be a reduction due to the economic contraction, but not so much in terms of alternative ways of working. You can’t visit the beach...
That’s just not going to happen. People aren’t going to struggle to get fuel. And those that do can go electric ;)
Yep, agreed. However, I still thinks it’s interesting to find out the views here.
The two weeks after the stay at home advice is lifted are going to be absolute bedlam on long distance routes (road, rail and...
Results so far seem to support the view that travel habits won’t change. However the sample size is small; more votes required!