I've been looking at the journey check pages of all the operators that have them and one thing I've noticed is that Virgin Trains' disabled toilets seem to be having a few issues. This isn't the worst I've seen it however as a day or two ago three trains had this problem and two toilets we mentioned (the one in first class was OOU as well). I think a forth train had one disabled toilet OOU. The questions is, what is going on with them? It's not unusual for train toilets to be locked out of use, particularly on trains with retention tanks, but this issue only seems to be effecting the disabled toilets on the Pendolino's judging by the coach numbers. I've not seen any mention of standard toilets. Does anyone know what's going on? It's going off topic a bit, but I might as well post a couple more as they are interesting: It always amuses me when journey check tells passengers that the train will be longer than it should, particularly when it means the train is over double the length it should be. I'm guessing in this case they do it because of seat reservations (note that the train is also in reverse formation), but it's even more amusing when they say that, for example, a Northern Rail service is formed of 3 coaches instead of 2. It's interesting in the case below that they have listed the unit numbers. Would many passengers understand this or even know where to look?