Isn't it traincrew for the shuttle service that serves it?
thought so - Same as the Vale and the Abbey then.
Clearly LNWR/WMT need to focus on key routes and keep them moving.
I'm actually surprised they haven't gone the same way as the first lockdown for the Vale - provide nothing at all in the timetable, but taxis on request. Hardly anyone will be using the buses.
They don't but its a very short walk, their used to be a bus to the station but it stopped some time ago. The buses are very frequent anyway and anyone going to Nuneaton can change bus at Coventry.Or ticket acceptance on the local buses that basically parallel the railway anyway (although don't think they serve the immediate station area in Kenilworth)
Looks longer than a voyager. If not then a single door on the voyager would be fine.What's the maximum train length that'll fit on the platform of the (reopened in 2018?) Kenilworth station? 5 cars?
Only one person in the cafe who sells tickets. Likely a traincrew issue as it has a guard.
The point is rather moot anyway as currently policy is that passengers cannot use the same door as the Train Manager so local door ops would not be considered acceptable even if it was possible.Another thing to add to the "awful design" list then
Surprised turning the key doesn't enable the local open/close buttons.
Though not a feature usually of any use on a typical cross country service anyway; more akin to request stops on the Cambrian Coast.
The point is rather moot anyway as currently policy is that passengers cannot use the same door as the Train Manager so local door ops would not be considered acceptable even if it was possible.
A good example of this is TFW. They have stopped stopping at certain stations such as Valley and LlanfairPG. This is because having passengers using the door manned by the Guard is not considered COVID safe.