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« on: September 13, 2017, 08:34:59 am »

25th January 2018, at the Bethesda Baptist Church in Trowbridge - West Wilts Rail User Group will be addressed by Guy Watts of GWR, subject (I think I heard this right) ticketing and pricing.  Probably 7 p.m. for 7.30 / public meeting, all welcome.
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« Reply #1 on: January 27, 2018, 09:46:44 am »

Excellent talk by Guy Watts of GWR on fares - thank you Guy.  You cleared up one or two issues for me, and one or two hundred for the audience  Grin .

Specially prepared for this meeting - a TransWilts newsletter giving an update on all the various things that have been going on and will effect TransWilts service stations at Trowbridge, Westbury, Dilton Marsh and Warminster. Newsletter at http://www.twcrp.org.uk/wwrug_tw_v2.pdf - Facebook announcement at https://www.facebook.com/TransWilts/posts/1285514964881876

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West Wilts train service news. Train time changes, fare changes, engineering changes, consultations, changes to the trains themselves, and looking ahead. Summary prepared for West Wilts Rail User Group at http://www.twcrp.org.uk/wwrug_tw_v2.pdf or click on image (onward links from there to details). This news edition specially for Warminster, Trowbridge, Dilton Marsh and Westbury. Illustration is the 16:21 Westbury to Swindon - now a 2 carriage train, with pleny of space on the way back at 17:36 from Swindon. Round trip fare just 7.70 on this train!




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