Departure board Pi project

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  1. Cundy66

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    I am wanting to utilise an old TV screen and my raspberry Pi to display scheduled passenger services and passing services including freight. I have a link to realtime national rail but is displaying just the passenger services, is there a site that will display and scroll the services. I will post a picture of a format I mean, so it shows live rather than looking at a static page.
     
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    That’s an interesting one I’ve not seen before my main interest is the passing through non stop services. I’ve seen on YouTube someone has done it in Bristol but hasn’t shared their secret. As I live approx 100m off the end of platform 4 at Bedford I’m interested in the freight, test trains and the ones going to and from the brush works
     
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    There's real-time trains, but that doesn't scroll, just lists the services at a given time
     

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