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« on: February 11, 2020, 04:52:53 am »

"Reason YI" I read  couple of minutes ago.  What does that mean?

YI   Late arrival of booked inward stock

List of 271 excuses reasons at

Even if you look just at main groups of problems there are nearly 20!

A* - Freight Terminal Operations Causes
D* - Departmental Holding Cause Code
F* - Freight Train Operator causes (excluding Fleet and Terminal problems)
I* and J* - Non Passengerís Charter Excludable infrastructure problems
M* and N* - Passenger and Freight Train Operator Fleet problems
O* - Network Rail operating causes
P* - Planned or Excluded delays/cancellations
Q* - Network Rail internal non-operating causes
R* - Station operating causes
T* - Passenger Train Operator causes (excluding Fleet and Station problems)
V* - Passengerís Charter excludable events the responsibility of Passenger Train Operators
X* - Passengerís Charter excludable events the responsibility of Network Rail
Y* - Reactionary/consequential delays arising as a result of trains being delayed earlier by a given incident
Z* - Unexplained delays and cancellations

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« Reply #1 on: February 11, 2020, 05:46:49 am »

YI is only used for delays in the Newcastle area.
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