- 4 Feb 2010
Set Down. Just like the Scotrail sleeper does at Preston. It's not supposed to pick people up or drop them off.
All depends what went into TRUST - I'm guessing STP Scotland team at Network Rail put the paths with the stop as a timing point.
None of the EC services between Newcastle and Carlisle are listed with pick up/set down restrictions at Carlisle, on either the coming Saturday or Sunday, in either direction.
When I did the diversionary route previously, Carlisle has always been announced, and treated as, a normall station call, even on HSTs without the need to detach/attach locos.
No - Because you've booked on that service, then that revenue will go to East Coast. If you booked on a Northern service, the revenue would go to Northern.
I'm not sure you understand how ORCATS works.
I see what I've done here - Slight confusion (My apology). Tyne Valley rovers aren't valid. I was made to buy a full NCL-CAR return at full price. I don't need a source, I was made to purchase the full ticket price by the guard. The source is myself.
That is no proof that the guard's actions were correct.