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« Reply #15 on: May 25, 2018, 03:21:32 pm » if this was the case, why were we promised all the wonders of additional capacity by GWR? I do not recall any of the Famous Five advertisements or other declarations from on high being tempered with the type of caveats to which you allude (and which I don't doubt are accurate!)

Eureka!!  Iíve finally worked it out!!  I could never understand the link between GwR and The Famous Five campaign, but now itís obvious - itís the five car short formed services.  😉

Yep. Five step into five coaches and find themselves lying on the track.
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