LNER VSTPs

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LNER for the past few days have all been in the timetable as Very Short Term Plans (VSTPs). To me this seems like a weird way to implement a temporary timetable, with most TOCs putting theirs in a week at a time.

Does anyone know why LNER are doing it this way, or if it's a bug with the data? Thanks :)
 
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They’ve mostly been in as STP variation paths (rather than VSTP).

All class 1s operating between Doncaster and Stevenage have had 15 minutes put into the schedule, operating at max 100MPH between those points due to the weather.
 

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They’ve mostly been in as STP variation paths (rather than VSTP).

All class 1s operating between Doncaster and Stevenage have had 15 minutes put into the schedule, operating at max 100MPH between those points due to the weather.

Ah, that will be the difference in the schedule - I assumed it was COVID related timetabling. Thank you!
 

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Haven’t they been suffering with damage to their Azuma fleet too, weather related
 
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