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« on: February 12, 2018, 06:22:26 pm »

If the detail and management can be worked out, extending TransWilts services into Three Rivers services looks more and more like a no-brainer ... and bearing that in mind I'm looking at loadings of various services all the way down from Swindon to Salisbury.    Others welcome to add numbers / counts / data / comments!

From today - half term distortions all over the place!

06:36 Melksham to Westbury (not a though Southampton service until more 166 units have SDO).   
+6 -0 -> 16 at Melksham. 16/6.  -6 + 11 at Trowbridge. of 21 on board, 13 changed into the continuing train

07:01 Westbury to Southampton Central. +3 -0 at Dilton Marsh, some at Warminster, 30 into Salisbury
Noting there are usually several dozen children / young adults going to education - none of them on today
Also noting that only a handful of passengers remained on the train at Salisbury. Many new passengers joined

11:11 Westbury to Southampton Central - left 6 late after waiting for the HST from the West Country
60 passengers on departure, most had come off that connection (less than 10 other passengers.)
-1 +3 at Dilton Marsh. -9 +6 at Warminster

11:32 ex Warminster (Brighton to Great Malvern train) 153 passengers from Warminster
Spoke to about 6 groups / individuals - total about 20 people.
Well over a half had come from east of Fareham (mostly Brighton)
Destinations split between the West Country and Bristol.
No-one headed for Great Malvern that I spoke to (indeed no-one through beyond Bristol)

11:55 Trowbridge to Melksham left with 26 on board; -6 + 3 at Melksham - 29/9

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