Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by 172traindriver, 21 Jan 2016.
You'll be dry at least.
Check if those Spanish units were tested in Slovakia. Then start worrying, or maybe not.
You did say never trust the weatherman
I have absolutely no idea what you are going on about.
Oh and they havent even been built
Those new units that'll be the only thing of intrest for you.
There's four "running"/in use up here. Passenger, not freight.
93 out of a total of over 300 on order.
A family member commutes to Glasgow..
they catch a main line train which goes through the Central Belt via Perth to Aberdeen..
most nights it has TWO carriages..
Imagine rush-hour traffic from Glasgow to a major city passing through high density populated areas....
She tweets them occasionally and every excuse under the sun is given..
time to sack a few high heads and then we'll see how quickly it all sorts itself out...
nothing happens whilst those in power get away with it....
I dont and wont drive them so why would I be concerned
Freight only then?
It might be just the start of driverless trains though.
I need a shave.
Morning time for some breakfast
I dont drive freight.
I have no idea what you are on about and what class of traction you are on about and what the problems are?
There's a novelty.........someone not understanding Classic!
We have another blustery day ahead.............strong winds and heavy showers. Got a 5 mile jog in without getting rained on though.
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