365 Services from now to May.

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As the 365s are being withdrawn, I would like to go on them at least one more time. So it would be helpful if someone could post the diagrams until May.

Many Thanks.
 
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Tomorrow is your best day, as 3 doubles are running an hourly service from Peterborough to Potters Bar (The line in & out of London is closed all weekend), but after that there is only one double out every day on Mondays to Fridays only working the following:

1P05 0637 PBO-KGX
1P52 1805 KGX-PBO

365540 & 539 are coming from Peterborough to Hornsey tonight to be de-branded, so it looks like the end of passenger service for these 2.
 

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Tomorrow is your best day, as 3 doubles are running an hourly service from Peterborough to Potters Bar (The line in & out of London is closed all weekend), but after that there is only one double out every day on Mondays to Fridays only working the following:

1P05 0637 PBO-KGX
1P52 1805 KGX-PBO

365540 & 539 are coming from Peterborough to Hornsey tonight to be de-branded, so it looks like the end of passenger service for these 2.
Thanks for the info. I don't think I'll be able to ride on any tomorrow due to the 'non-essential' travel rules though, so I shall have to watch those from the station. Or are you able to travel if you don't get off?
 

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Thanks for the info. I don't think I'll be able to ride on any tomorrow due to the 'non-essential' travel rules though, so I shall have to watch those from the station. Or are you able to travel if you don't get off?
At present you are not allowed to leave your home unless it is with reasonable excuse.

The guidlines are below; the law may be worded slightly differently in some cases.

Work​


You can only leave home for work purposes where it is unreasonable for you to do your job from home. This includes, but is not limited to, people who work within critical national infrastructure, construction or manufacturing that require in-person attendance


Volunteering​


You can also leave home to provide voluntary or charitable services. You must volunteer from home unless it is not reasonably possible for you to do so.


Essential activities​


You can leave home to buy things at shops or obtain services where necessary. You may also leave your home to do these things on behalf of a disabled or vulnerable person or someone self-isolating.


Education and childcare​


You can only leave home for education, registered childcare, and supervised activities for children where the child is eligible to attend. Access to education and children’s activities for school-aged pupils is restricted. See further information on education and childcare. You can continue existing arrangements for contact between parents and children where they live apart. If you live in a household with anyone aged under 14, you can also form a childcare bubble.


Meeting others and care​


You can leave home:


  • to visit people in your support bubble ( if you are legally permitted to form one)
  • to provide informal childcare for children under 14 as part of a childcare bubble (for example, to enable parents to work, not to enable social contact between adults)
  • to provide care for disabled or vulnerable people
  • to provide emergency assistance
  • to attend a support group (of up to 15 people)
  • for respite care where that care is being provided to a vulnerable person or a person with a disability, or is a short break in respect of a looked-after child.

Exercise​


You can continue to exercise alone, with one other person or with your household or support bubble. This should be limited to once per day, and you should not travel outside your local area.You should maintain social distancing. See the exercising section of this guidance.


Medical reasons​


You can leave home for a medical reason, including to get a COVID-19 test, for medical appointments and for emergencies.


Maternity​


You can leave home to be with someone who is giving birth or, accessing other maternity services, or to be with a baby receiving neonatal critical care. There is NHS guidance on pregnancy and coronavirus.


Harm​


You may leave home, to avoid injury or illness or to escape risk of harm (such as domestic abuse).


Compassionate visits​


You may also leave home to visit someone who is dying or someone in a care home (if permitted under care home guidance), hospice, or hospital, or to accompany them to a medical appointment.


Animal welfare reasons​


You can leave home for animal welfare reasons, such as to attend veterinary services for advice or treatment.


Communal worship and life events​


You can leave home to attend or visit a place of worship for communal worship, to attend a funeral or event related to a death, to visit a burial ground or a remembrance garden, or to attend a wedding ceremony. You should follow the guidance on the safe use of places of worship and must not mingle with anyone outside of your household or support bubble. Weddings, funerals and religious, belief-based or commemorative events linked to someone’s death are all subject to limits on the numbers that can attend.


Further reasonable excuses​


There are further reasonable excuses. For example, you may leave home to fulfil legal obligations, or to carry out activities related to buying, selling, letting or renting a residential property, for the purpose of picketing, or where it is reasonably necessary for voting in an election or referendum. See guidance on campaigning during the national lockdown. This applies to anyone campaigning for electoral events.

So if you go out to exercise it's absolutely fine to take a photograph of a train, or watch a train pass etc.

Equally if you are travelling to get to your place of work, or see your support bubble, etc, it would be fine to time your travel to get a particular train that you want to catch.

And so on.

However if you left home without a reasonable excuse (e.g. if you left your home in order to spend some time hanging around somewhere to watch trains or to travel on trains randomly) this would be a breach of the law.

I believe the 'Stay at home' order is likely to be removed from 29th March.
 
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