Met at Neasden??

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Might be due to delays on the Jubilee?

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Destination  Due in   Location 
Stratford    2 mins   Left St Johns Wood 
Stratford    18 mins  Between Kingsbury and Wembley Park 
Stratford    26 mins
10-16 mins between trains is pretty bad - there must be problems, and that may be why Met trains are making additional stops.
 

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Possibly, but is it likely LU would go to the trouble of adding Neasden to the ETA on the site if they were doing this? Plus, the Jubbly does apparently have a good service running - those delays you see are probably ETA malfunctioning, just for a change!
 

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jd said:
Possibly, but is it likely LU would go to the trouble of adding Neasden to the ETA on the site if they were doing this? Plus, the Jubbly does apparently have a good service running - those delays you see are probably ETA malfunctioning, just for a change!
It's probably on the site because Met trains do stop there at the extremes of the day.
 

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         Destination Due in Location 
         Uxbridge 6 mins  Between Baker Street and Finchley Road 
         Uxbridge 17 mins  At Farringdon 
         District 23 mins  Between Whitechapel and Aldgate East
:shock: What is the District doing on there?
 

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joea1 said:
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         Destination Due in Location 
         Uxbridge 6 mins  Between Baker Street and Finchley Road 
         Uxbridge 17 mins  At Farringdon 
         District 23 mins  Between Whitechapel and Aldgate East
:shock: What is the District doing on there?
Was that for Neasden as well, and at what time?
 
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The system is unable to list whether Metropolitan Line trains will stop or not stop at Neasden, hence it has listed all trains.

HOWEVER, the reason why trains are currently stopping there (and this makes sense, is that there was a signal failure earlier at Wembley Park.
 

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Southbound - Platform 4

Destination	Due in	Location
Baker Street	2 mins 	At Preston Road fast
Aldgate	3 mins 	At Wembley Park
Special (J-0-1)	14 mins 	Between Moor Park & Harrow on the Hill
Any clue on what the Special's J-0-1 means? :)
 
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The information on ETA is pulled directly from the signalling system. They can NOT remove the train as such - or no signals would work for that train, and a red is given.
 
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I am sure.

J-0-1 is there every day. It appears at around the release of the unit from Neasden depots in the afternoons.
 

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tubechallenger said:
I am sure.

J-0-1 is there every day. It appears at around the release of the unit from Neasden depots in the afternoons.
so what's the code for TRT in ETA then? :shock:
 

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Holland on Rail said:
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Destination	Due in	Location
Aldgate	1 min 	Between Wembley Park and Neasden on Metropolitan Line
Special (J-0-1)	7 mins 	Approaching Harrow on the Hill
Special (J-0-1)	15 mins 	Between Moor Park & Harrow on the Hill
what's a J-0-1 ?
Read the topic again.....
 
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1288gaje said:
tubechallenger said:
I am sure.

J-0-1 is there every day. It appears at around the release of the unit from Neasden depots in the afternoons.
so what's the code for TRT in ETA then? :shock:
The TRT lists as a normal Special or "Not in service", it will normally list as what is listed in the signalling system. It may appear as Uxbridge for instance, as that is where it is signalled, but it will appear on platforms as Not in Service.
 

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tubechallenger said:
The TRT lists as a normal Special or "Not in service", it will normally list as what is listed in the signalling system. It may appear as Uxbridge for instance, as that is where it is signalled, but it will appear on platforms as Not in Service.
Shame the National Rail LDBs (live departure boards) don't have this 'error' and list freight, ECS and works trains ;)
 
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Yes, the Tube, as they call it, is more a metro railway with no timetables (of course we all know that is not true, as they have the WTT!)... hence the display of ALL trains.

Special (J-0-1) simply states its full path around the system.
 
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