Monday, March 31, 2008

I spoke too early about my train

My train was cancelled after all! The problem was I only found this out when the train I was supposed to be on actually turned up. I got on board and then it was announced this was the later train to London. There has been a "set swap" which appears to suggest that the train I am on is supposed to be the one I booked on. The "set swap" means that the seat reservations are no longer valid. I had to find the train guard to find out what had happened and what to do about tickets. It would have been nice if we had been told all this before we got onto the train instead of finding out our train had been cancelled after getting on board. So, three weeks in a row my train has been cancelled. Please bring back GNER. National Express appear unable to organise a piss up in a brewery. I wouldn't put them in charge of a model train set.

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1 comment:

kevin scott said...

Try the bus service?

Run by National Express!