Evening all, Hoping someone a bit more knowledgeable can answer a question for me! Don't want to go into too much detail on here as it's an open forum and you never know who is reading, but I was travelling on a service today that was stopped in a platform awaiting a crossing service to arrive so we could depart on the single line ahead. Once the incoming train had entered the station, the guard on my service opened the doors on the 'wrong side' (ie facing away from the platform, onto the other line) and shouted for the guard on the other service. When they guard came round from the rear doors of the other train, my guard shouted to him about a passenger that left the train earlier leaving belongings behind and threw a bag over the 6ft from my train to the guard on the other service to hand in to the station up the line. I've attached a rough pic done in paint in case I've not explained it well! I was just wondering if there is anything in the rulebook or operating standards that prohibits the doors on the wrong side being opened for this purpose? Not wanting to complain or grass anyone up, just genuine curiosity! If I was in the guard's shoes I would probably have done the same - there is no overbridge at this station and access to the other platform is a fair walk! Cheers all!