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Discussion in 'UK Railway Discussion' started by PR1Berske, 20 Nov 2011.
Display screen flashing like a trader's computer. Why so many platform alterations?
Nothing on National Rail Enquiries as far as I can see, apart from two services to Glasgow Central and Edinburgh being delayed. Hope that helps
EDIT: I see what you mean about the alterations; those delayed services actually appear to have been displaced and are thus manically switching platforms.
EDIT 2: Both delayed services - the 1855 and 1900 to those destinations - should now have departed, but as you may see, the 1903 service to Euston is delayed. Hmmm.
Every service on page 1 is a platform alteration. It's notable that I've not heard an announcement yet to explain why
Is it usual for only platforms 3, 4, 5 and 6 to be used on a Sunday evening? That's what is showing on my screen. I suspect it could be a signalling fault if this is an unusual situation, but nothing is showing. I have to confess I don't frequent Preston station.
EDIT: A randomly delayed 1913 service to Liverpool Lime Street is now supposed to use platform 2a. Goodness knows.
Thanks anyway one of those mysteries
"Delays due to safety checks being made earlier"