Re: Excessive Recovery Time
On Mon, 26 Sep 2005 10:48:57 UTC, "Ronnie Clark"
: I think recovery time should be built in throughout the journey, for those
: who SHOCK! are not travelling to the terminus.
It is. Most trains on the WCML seem to have ten minutes written into
the schedules somewhere, and extended stops are common, particularly
at Penrith and Preston, in my experience.
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