Haymarket HST

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delt1c

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Just saw an HST from the office window at Haymarket. Not unusual in itself but was heading North at 7.40 on the Falkirk lines and although lights on appeared ECS.
Only thing I can think is possibly heading to Perth to form the southbound highland chieftain due to the Landslide.
 
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Nowhere near enough to a Pacer :(
Just saw an HST from the office window at Haymarket. Not unusual in itself but was heading North at 7.40 on the Falkirk lines and although lights on appeared ECS.
Only thing I can think is possibly heading to Perth to form the southbound highland chieftain due to the Landslide.



left Craigentiny round quarter past or maybe a bit earlier and I would say the same. Good luck Pathing that through Stirling in rush hour.
 

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left Craigentiny round quarter past or maybe a bit earlier and I would say the same. Good luck Pathing that through Stirling in rush hour.

Is Stirling particularly bad for paths during the peak?

I would have expected the Camelon Triangle to be the hard part.
 

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Is it at an unusual time due to the highland line being closed? rather than stopping in inverness all night, the HST has gone ECS from perth back t craigetiny
 
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