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Looking at that damage, I can only envisage it being reversed away because you certainly couldn't connect anything to it.
So you know what exactly happened then do you?
Ooops, sorry, not read the thread or news properly! I thought the HST had gone into the 15X, not the other way around! Apologies! Looks like the...
Exactly. I'm surprised a platform, anything SW of Bristol, could accommodate both a HST and any other stock you care to mention. Having said that,...
Yup, Firefox reporting it at my end to for some reason.
Not much in Parbold, if truth be told!
That does only have a 10mph speed limit you know
They are valid as long as your destination and departure point are within the rover boundaries.
Having some experience of the management at Merseyrail, I very much doubt the guard will be disciplined in a case such as this. Quite the contrary
A few HGV drivers too, me being one of them
Don't know where that came from because both Virgin and Northern haven't been supplying any road transport for exactly that reason i.e too dangerous.
Why not do yourself some good and do a 10 minute walk??? No potential problem then!
Quite right. You give it what you can get away with
Oh come on now, listen to that sound of 101 pulling away at 0:40 seconds. Brilliant
It's a job with much better pay than hauling Sainsbury's stock about in a articulated lorry like I used to do. I really can't understand this...
Can't see there being a problem at Salford Crescent since you stay on the platform to await a train going up to Vic. No checking done whatsoever
All Southport trains stop at Appley Bridge
Depending on installation being the operative words. Down in my neck of the woods, it can be done instantly
A lot of local line crossings do have plenty of time to prevent a train from departing, even if the barriers are already down, if an emergency...
The police will never cross a LC when the lights are red, as shown in a few past historical cases. When a pursuit is considered too dangerous to...