Firstly, can I ask which ROC controls the signals in Chester station? Secondly, have any figures been done to find out the cost of closing down Mickle Trafford, Helsby and Frodsham signal boxes to then merge these into the Chester or Warrington control. Signal boxes and semaphores work in areas which have few trains but since May, there are now 3tph between Chester and Halton Curve plus of course the Northern train from Mickle Trafford into Chester. I have quite quite a lot lately that you are stopped just outside Chester and on the trains which stop at Helsby, you seem to stop for longer due to red signals. On the Halton Curve as well, my train stopped there for about 2 minutes before heading onto the WCML. Of course some of this is down to general delays but I would say that the communication between signal boxes and between boxes and ROCs mean that trains are getting delayed with them not knowing where trains are or not being able to keep up with the workload of the extra trains. I feel that moving to newer signalling would be best to improve the performance on this line and for such a small line, having 3 boxes seems a bit excessive. On this point, of the surrounding areas, has the North Wales Coast now moved into Cardiff ROC and if so, will boxes like Mostyn start to come down in the near future with them not being used anymore? Thanks in advance.