|Posted by:||Richard Greenhough|
|I was also on that train, which was running late, which could explain why it was more crowded than usual (although I had no problem getting a seat at Isleworth). |
The seating arrangement has changed from a three-and-two set-up to a two-and-two. On a wet day in winter with everyone wearing bulky clothing the middle seat of the three is, at the very least, unpleasantly tight, and I think the new layout works much better.
With luck the wider gaps between the seats will also encourage people to move down inside the carriages rather than clustering in the entrance vestibules and making it difficult for people to get on and off.
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|Southwest Trains||08/01/15 12:16:00||Jim Brown|
|Re:Southwest Trains||08/01/15 12:21:00||Andy Pease|
|Re:Re:Southwest Trains||08/01/15 12:29:00||Jim Brown|
|Re:Re:Re:Southwest Trains||08/01/15 12:35:00||Sarah Sharp|
|Re:Southwest Trains||08/01/15 12:40:00||Andy Pease|
|Re:Re:Southwest Trains||08/01/15 12:41:00||Andy Pease|
|Re:Southwest Trains||08/01/15 13:37:00||Richard Greenhough|
|Re:Re:Southwest Trains||08/01/15 18:27:00||Thomas Barry|
|Re:Southwest Trains||09/01/15 18:11:00||Paul Corcoran|
|Re:Re:Southwest Trains||09/01/15 21:32:00||Rachel Clarke|