There's a passenger who every morning gets on the 0755 Severn Tunnel Junction to Portsmouth Harbour service, known for being notoriously busy between Cardiff and Bristol (at present booked for a 150+158). Said passenger gets on the train every single morning and waltzes her way through the carriage to her seat, and on every single occassion I've been on the service someone has been sat in her seat and she has evicted them. However, the cloud hangs over because every time she gets on the train, she doesn't have a seat reservation ticket in her hand, and she also doesn't even attempt to look at the seat numbers and check where her apparent seat is; she literally just appears to walk up to any seat and evict someone. The seat she is in always has a reservation on it, but it is not the same seat every day. Note that she only goes as far as Bristol, a mere twenty minute journey, and she is also the only person out of the fifty odd that get on at STJ that has a seat reservation for as far as Bristol. I have a couple of questions on this matter: 1) Is it possible to reserve a seat between Severn Tunnel Junction and Bristol? I thought it was only possible from Cardiff and Newport. 2) Unless she is a huge nerd, how does she know where her seat is? 3) Does she perhaps reserve the seat from say Newport and claim it at Severn Tunnel after? It's an interesting one, and I'd like to see what she would do if there was a last minute alteration, such as the train being short formed, cancelled or no seat reservations being displayed. I remember one time there were no seat reservations, but I was in Coach B on the day and she is always in Coach A, and I'd loved to have seen what she'd done! It's an interesting topic to be honest.