Why there? TPE use Platform 7 don't they so why can't Northern?Off Peak Stabled Spare?
From 0? Nobody would walk the 500 or so metres around the station and surrounding area to access the mail terminal where 0 is.[/QUOTE]Blackpool / Preston - Hazel Grove / Victroria Service?
More than likely, but it stayed in for longer than it should, so maybe PRE-YRK.Blackpool North - York Service?
Can anyone explain the following:
- Another Northern 150 on Platform 0
- A York-bound train on Platform 4
An ex-Central Trains/London Midland 150 on the northbound mail rail bay?
Another Northern 150 on Platform 0
A York-bound train on Platform 4
From 0? Nobody would walk the 500 or so metres around the station and surrounding area to access the mail terminal where 0 is.
I was on the late xx49 from Piccadilly, sums that up.
Why not use 4c for said service as upon arrival in the rickety Pacer, the train used the Ormskirk tracks up until the last minute.
Oh and I've seen a whole host of trains on P7, most recently 185109 and I have a video of said train here.
What double doors, I've never seen them!
There is no xx49 from Piccadilly :?
Yes because 4c would work for a service arriving from Blackpool :roll:
Nothing in regular passenger service uses P7. The one in the video is quite obviously out of service, probably on an ECS move or awaiting assistance and is therefore using the Up Loop.
At the end of the subway: http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/sjp/PRE/images/photos/800/o2782-0000068.jpg
The xx:49 arrival from Hazel Grove calls at Piccadilly.
How would 4c work for a service from Blackpool? It is a south facing bay.