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Journey by Journey => Plymouth and Cornwall => Topic started by: devon_metro on January 30, 2008, 07:06:39 pm



Title: 0705 PLY-PNZ
Post by: devon_metro on January 30, 2008, 07:06:39 pm
The train that caused so much fuss in Cornwall left Plymouth 37 minutes late today.

Nice!


Title: Re: 0705 PLY-PNZ
Post by: Conner on January 30, 2008, 09:04:37 pm
Doesn't this work the 10:05 PNZ-PAD. If so how long turnaround does it have? Because the 10:05 is usually a quite popular train.


Title: Re: 0705 PLY-PNZ
Post by: Jim on January 30, 2008, 09:56:35 pm
Doesn't this work the 10:05 PNZ-PAD. If so how long turnaround does it have? Because the 10:05 is usually a quite popular train.

Has a 46 minute turnaround, it left (it's actually the 10.00) right time. The 07.05 only arrived 22 late!


Title: Re: 0705 PLY-PNZ
Post by: oooooo on January 30, 2008, 11:23:10 pm
Doesn't this work the 10:05 PNZ-PAD. If so how long turnaround does it have? Because the 10:05 is usually a quite popular train.

Has a 46 minute turnaround, it left (it's actually the 10.00) right time. The 07.05 only arrived 22 late!

Yes, and it was a CLASS 150 unit!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Title: Re: 0705 PLY-PNZ
Post by: Conner on January 31, 2008, 08:07:25 am
Doesn't this work the 10:05 PNZ-PAD. If so how long turnaround does it have? Because the 10:05 is usually a quite popular train.

Has a 46 minute turnaround, it left (it's actually the 10.00) right time. The 07.05 only arrived 22 late!

Yes, and it was a CLASS 150 unit!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Was it taken off at Plymouth? And that would have been fun.
Doesn't this work the 10:05 PNZ-PAD. If so how long turnaround does it have? Because the 10:05 is usually a quite popular train.

Has a 46 minute turnaround, it left (it's actually the 10.00) right time. The 07.05 only arrived 22 late!
I got confused with the equivelant from London.



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