For over 20 years, I have given myself the task of re-designing certain parts of the current Passenger Timetable (PTT) to "Clockface" timing, and increasing the frequency of services. I've confined myself to what approximates to the "InterCity" network. In modern parlance, this means Tables 26 (NatExpress East Coast, Hull Trains, GCR), 51- Cross Country (except for short distance stuff, like Nottingham - Cardiff), 53 (ex-Midland MainLine), 65 (Virgin West Coast) and 125, 126 & 135 (Long Distance Great Western). I've come up with a load of ideas & suggestions, but every single one of them fall down on their duffs because I am missing vital data, which I can only get from a Working Timetable (WTT). The actual data I'm after is timing information. Mostly, it's the time when a train passes through a station (without stopping), or an important junction (e.g. Marshgate, Temple Hirst, South Kirby - there are many others) or where a line reduces from a double to a single (e.g. Perth - Inverness in several places, the Menai Bridge). I have actually timed many journeys between Kings Cross and Edinburgh, but actual timings compared to planned timings are 2 different stories. Is there anyone out there that can help? Could someone lift WTT data without putting themselves at risk? I am well aware that the WTT is classified (by NR) as a 'confidential' document, not for the eyes of the Great Unwashed Joe Public. However, the information I'm after pertains to services that are already advertised in the PTT. The WTT actually gives slightly more accurate timings than those in the PTT, usually arriving earlier and leaving later than advertised. I also managed to lift some stuff off the NR web-site, such as "Rules of the Route". There was other material that was available to potential contract bidders, but that vanished before I could download it. If anyone is interested in discussing improving the timetable, or having a laugh at my ideas, let me know! 43106 - the Ivatt 4MT, NOT a 125 power car.