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« on: September 10, 2022, 02:27:53 pm »

The last Heart of Wessex line service from Weymouth on Saturdays is usually an alcohol-free train.

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20:20 Weymouth to Bristol Temple Meads due 22:46

Facilities on the 20:20 Weymouth to Bristol Temple Meads due 22:46.

Toilet facilities are reduced.

This is due to a fault on this train.

This could bring a whole new meaning to a dry train.
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