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Topic: Piccadilly stopping at Turnham Green
Posted by: Paul Corcoran
Date/Time: 25/02/15 07:05:00

This seems to have become standard operating practice when the District line is having problems. It used to be that you would be standing on a massively overcrowded platform and an almost empty Piccadilly line train would be held at the station without opening its doors. If you informed station staff they would contact higher ups and eventually the Piccadilly line trains would start serving the station. Recently I have noticed that this seems to happen more often even if the problems are relatively minor.

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
District line - what a joke23/02/15 18:13:00 Michael Simson
   Re:District line - what a joke23/02/15 18:30:00 Richard Greenhough
      Re:Re:District line - what a joke23/02/15 18:42:00 Michael Simson
         Re:Re:Re:District line - what a joke23/02/15 19:13:00 Michael Robinson
         Re:Re:Re:District line - what a joke23/02/15 21:48:00 Thomas Barry
            An aside24/02/15 07:43:00 Ken Munn
               Re:An aside24/02/15 09:00:00 Ian Wylie
                  Re:Re:An aside24/02/15 09:23:00 David Marles
                     Re:Re:Re:An aside24/02/15 09:45:00 Michael Robinson
                        Re:Re:Re:Re:An aside24/02/15 10:40:00 Thomas Barry
   Re:District line - what a joke24/02/15 09:09:00 Charlotte Kasner
      Re:Re:District line - what a joke24/02/15 11:09:00 Michael Simson
         Piccadilly stopping at Turnham Green25/02/15 07:05:00 Paul Corcoran

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