OK I don't know if this is going to work but I had an idea for a game and I'm going to put it out there and see if I get any takers. Basically, we start at a station, and we travel round the country, but we can only travel to a station that has a service frequency of more than 1tph off peak on weekdays from the station we're currently on. So, if we were at Corby, we could travel to London St. Pancras, but we couldn't travel to Oakham. Make sense? One other rule, you can't go back on the same service you just used in the previous step. I'm making an exception (after 12 pages of playing!) to that for dead-end branch lines, which can be done to the end and back again in one step (provided there's an hourly service of course). Also you can't change trains, you can only use direct services. So if you want to go from Northampton to Liverpool, you can go as far as Stafford but you'll just have to see where the next poster takes it from there and hope you can get to Liverpool somewhere down the line! I'm going to kick off at Nuneaton, having just arrived from Coventry with LM. EDIT Due to ongoing debates over what should be included I'll add the following: The fundamental thing is that it's made clear what hourly or more service is being used. This generally means stating the operator makes sense, so a journey from Milton Keynes Central to Stoke-on-Trent could either be on a London Midland Euston-Crewe service or a Virgin Euston-Manchester service. It's important to state which it is. Any additional information, such as the type of train, is desirable but not essential. Happy new year!