Good Morning, I have a couple of questions about London to Manchester. 1. I was listing to a radio programme the other evening and it started off with an announcement of a train going to Manchester, I presume from Euston, calling at Milton Keynes Central, Macclesfield, Wilmslow, Stockport, Manchester Oxford Road and Manchester Piccadilly. I am not an expert, but I don't think that is a normal routing, could it ever happen as a result of engineering works or other diversion?, I know there are alot of frieght lines in that area so unusual routes could be possible, indeed I have been on UK Railtours to Buxton and the ELR (Not on the same trip) which have used some of those lines. However it did sound a bit strange. 2. I seem to remember in the 1970s that there were regular trains going from St. Pancras to Manchester what route would they have taken then, would they have gone via the now closed route via Matlock, Bakewell & Buxton, or did they go another way? also did they go to Man Picc or Man Victoria? Tks.