Hey all, first time doing one of these things so here goes. After arriving from Brussels on the Eurostar, I took the Underground to Euston Square and then commenced the short walk to Euston. I had about two hours to kill (train was at 15:40), so decided to get a rather delicious cheeseburger from the burger shop in Euston. Time slowly ticked by until I got a text saying that my train was ready to board on Platform 16. My chariot for the 5hr 30 minute ride to Glasgow was 390011. I took a seat in Coach K and settled in, with 2 minutes before departure the gates closed, and some poor travellers got stopped because of the policy at Euston. We departed Euston at bang on 15:40, and got served food and drink as we passed through North London. The choice for this was a poppadom dip or a mustard and some sort of meat sandwich. (Both of which were meh). But the tea was good. We arrived 3 minutes early into Milton Keynes, and until Birmingham New St the journey was pretty uneventful. We left Birmingham on time at 17:15, but were 10 minutes late by Wolverhampton as we got held behind a Walsall - Wolverhampton stopper. At Wolverhampton the crews changed over, and it was a Scottish catering crew the re of the way. There unfortunately was a shortage of food until Preston, due to the heavy loadings of the service. The host was very apologetic. Just as we approached Crewe, I took a walk to the shop. Standard was absolutely heaving with people sitting in the vestibules, with tons more boarding at Crewe. (If you are travelling in standard on the 1540 on a Sunday, AVOID). Afterwards several tea and coffee rounds followed, with another food service and a relatively uneventful journey. We arrived bang on time at 21:15 into Glasgow. This would no doubt be one of my last journeys on Virgin Trains, in which the new franchise will have big shoes to fill.