SouthEastern to Wandsworth Road and Clapham High Street

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  • Published on Jan 2, 2019
  • There's a once-a-day parliamentary train that leaves Victoria at 0550 in the morning, that is a South Eastern service that unusually stops at Wandsworth Road and Clapham High Street. I went and met Martin early in the morning, and off we went to ride the only train of the day that does this.
    This is a parliamentary train, as otherwise there's no service between London and Wandsworth Road and Clapham High Street. (Regular London Overground services come to/from Clapham Junction). It was established a few years ago when the Victoria to London Bridge service (via Denmark Hill and Peckham Rye) was abolished.
    The train is the 2Y06 Victoria to Ashford International: www.realtimetrains.co.uk/train/W04783/2019/01/02/advanced
    PSUL Website: www.branchline.uk/PSULintro.php
    (Passengers Services Over Unusual Lines)
    Music by: @dcuttermusic / www.davidcuttermusic.com

Comments • 416

  • Crawley Creaper
    Crawley Creaper 2 months ago +232

    Message to southeastern (From an ex electro star engineer) 377503 needs a new 3 phase inductor in its auxiliary converter module... it never made that noise when I had it at bedford.... to everyone else it’s why there was such a loud buzzing noise ...( it’s not supposed to do that)

    • Rich Mayes
      Rich Mayes Month ago

      Southeastern received all of the former Thameslink units 377501 to 377523, plus Southern units 377163 and 377164. The outside of the Thameslink units were changed to the latest Southeastern livery and if you look hard, they are slightly purple in colour, but the 377/1 units still have their Southern livery. All units have the Southern interior.

    • K.o.R
      K.o.R 2 months ago +1

      +TheSpicyIceCubeXD _ When the units are connected, those surfaces rub against each other. I believe there are two "springs" for lack of a better term pushing the gangway forward, and they won't be of equal springiness, so one side may be pushed harder against the other gangway.

    • DanTheFryingPan
      DanTheFryingPan 2 months ago +1

      i thought it was too loud. Glad i wasnt the only one.

    • Fluffybadger
      Fluffybadger 2 months ago +1

      +TheSpicyIceCubeXD _ Seems to be on any gangwayed train, I've also puzzled over that.

    • David Shepheard
      David Shepheard 2 months ago +3

      Southeastern said they are going to pass this onto the engineers:
      twitter.com/Se_Railway/status/1081216421047226368
      (Now if I could only find out who to talk to to get the "Prabbt! Prabbt! Prabbt! Prabbt!" noise fixed on the PA systems of one of the London Overground trains that does the Wandsworth Road and Clapham High Street route, I'd be happy.)

  • Joe Brennan
    Joe Brennan 20 days ago

    On Google Maps, if you hover over either of these stations it shows South Eastern and Overground. It's true, but useless unless you get up very very early.

  • Ian moseley
    Ian moseley 27 days ago

    At least it keeps the line open for future use. Would have liked to try the train that used to exit from an east-bound bay at East Ham and looped around back westward through Stratford but the line is long gone now. Also, in the old Shoreditch station you could see through to the lines to Liverpool Street and I understand that they were connected at one time, so trains from Liverpool Street could run down through New Cross/Gate and on to the South Coast.

  • Graham 1973
    Graham 1973 Month ago

    It might be worth finding out what the average yearly ridership of the train is and seeing if you could get enough people together to break that number, but perhaps later in the year when it's light.

  • jjtwhite
    jjtwhite Month ago

    I love his video

  • jjtwhite
    jjtwhite Month ago

    It's so unusual that southeastern stop at Clapham high Street hey usually go past to Brixton and make their way into kent

  • Matthew Smith
    Matthew Smith Month ago

    This is the route that used to be covered by the Victoria - Peckham Rye - London Bridge train, isn't it? For a while they ran an irregular train out of Battersea Park over the rest of that route but now it seems they've scheduled a Kent train to stop at those two stations to provide the token service. Makes a bit more sense than stopping it at Battersea Park, I guess.

  • graham lea
    graham lea Month ago

    WHAT ABOUT LIVRPOOL STREET TO FINSBURY PARK NON STOP. IN 1967 I WENT ON A KINGS CROSS CAMBRIDGE TRAIN DIVERTED TO START AT LIVERPOOL STREET , GOING VIA STRATFORD AND CANONBURY TO FINSBURY PARK, ONLY A CREW CHANGE STOP, SO I COULD ALIGHT THERE !!!!.

  • Alexis Despland
    Alexis Despland Month ago

    how many station calkled h something high street exit which two and the closest to eachother which two are furthest from eachother which one both has the least travekers and which one has the highest number vof passengers

  • works 9989
    works 9989 2 months ago

    even in 1967 they had ghost trains.
    thexvid.com/video/3JwuF6vi45g/video.html

  • Cracked - Solved Mysteries

    Ex Southern 377?

    • Alasdair Clift
      Alasdair Clift 2 months ago

      Ex Thameslink/First Capital Connect, which were built with Southern interiors as the plan was they would eventually join Southern's 377/2s

  • Mikadozzinho
    Mikadozzinho 2 months ago

    I’m kind of glad you brought this video up Geoff because I experienced some strange services before.
    For example: Around towards the end of the summer or the beginning of autumn last year, on Saturdays I’ve often seen some Southeastern services at East Croydon that go to Hastings from Charing Cross which was unusual considering it is not shown at least as a limited service on the national rail map.
    Southeastern can run some strange services every now and then

  • Andrew Lang
    Andrew Lang 2 months ago

    I like this railway "mate" Geoffrey has found along the way. Think they did the isle of Sheppey together. Be good to see Geoff with "Jack" or Jack's twin sister sometime out on the rails.

  • Explore By Train
    Explore By Train 2 months ago +1

    Can you do that trip again in the summer, when there is more day light, to show the outside of the train, when it is going onto the junction.

  • aloevera74
    aloevera74 2 months ago +1

    I have no idea why I was recommended this video.
    Guess what, two nice decent blokes talking about train tables and train lines ... at 5am!!!!
    Impressive

  • Mad Gamer
    Mad Gamer 2 months ago +1

    "we're just gonna ride it and see what happens" ...i mean the train is gonna stop and then go again but ok?!

  • Christopher Pierce
    Christopher Pierce 2 months ago

    Phone cover spotted!!!!!

  • Orangeham & carlos
    Orangeham & carlos 2 months ago

    There is absolutely no point of that service

  • shmuck waffle
    shmuck waffle 2 months ago +1

    I normally watch your videos. Today I found this on the Trending page.

  • Binja Ninja
    Binja Ninja 2 months ago +1

    This guy needs to get laid

  • Thegaminguy 1724
    Thegaminguy 1724 2 months ago

    Does anyone know the music in this video? I really like it xD

  • MrGreatplum
    MrGreatplum 2 months ago +1

    Fantastic video - also no.36 on trending! 😀

  • Estatia Animate
    Estatia Animate 2 months ago

    36th TRENDING? WELL DONE! 😃

  • Michael Bruchas
    Michael Bruchas 2 months ago

    Happy New Year!

  • Keyz 080415
    Keyz 080415 2 months ago

    I don’t know why this was suggested for me and I don’t know what is going on, but hey I live Wandsworth Town

  • Henry Howarth
    Henry Howarth 2 months ago

    Do the London Victoria train to Dartford, there are only a few a day!!!

  • Josh Smith
    Josh Smith 2 months ago

    A southeastern train with southern seats?

  • Kacper's memes
    Kacper's memes 2 months ago

    36 trending in London

  • Laurens
    Laurens 2 months ago

    0:02 he turned into a dalek

  • incursio _
    incursio _ 2 months ago +1

    Bloody nerds

  • Tom S.
    Tom S. 2 months ago

    All the parlimentary trains. All of them.

  • Louis The Gamer
    Louis The Gamer 2 months ago +1

    0:39 Southeastern train with a Southern Interior ???

    • Rich Mayes
      Rich Mayes Month ago

      These units were originally ordered up by Southern, hence the interior, but transferred to Thankeslink. When the new Class 700 units took over the Thameslink routes, instead if these units returning to Southern, they were sub leased by Southeastern. They just changed the external livery to Southeastern.

  • Rub Lala
    Rub Lala 2 months ago

    Mind = blown
    Wig = flew

  • Alfie Hunt
    Alfie Hunt 2 months ago

    Is that ex southern

  • justin423
    justin423 2 months ago

    As a taxpayer, I am not exactly thrilled with the expense of running these trains just to keep the route open.

    • High Path
      High Path 2 months ago +1

      The cost is peanuts, as it would return anyway as empty stock for the scheduled daytime servicing locally

  • Robert Brown
    Robert Brown 2 months ago

    I remember going through that section a few times in the period , 2000-09 on trains coming around the Catford Loop from Bromley South. It did not happen very often and the trains did not stop at those stations, but it helped to break the early morning monotony.

  • Ameer Ali Ouarda
    Ameer Ali Ouarda 2 months ago +1

    Well done! Trending!!!!!

  • KingCakoni
    KingCakoni 2 months ago +36

    How have I ended up here

  • WHAT IF?
    WHAT IF? 2 months ago

    Probably half way through the journey the train stops and at a specific section some people exit and end up on platform 3 and 9 quarters.

  • Euan BCFC
    Euan BCFC 2 months ago +5

    Hold up Geoff
    You’re 26 on trending in The world!

  • Charlie Dovlander
    Charlie Dovlander 2 months ago

    I live on Wandswort road

  • Ryan W
    Ryan W 2 months ago

    Imaging waking up and knowing you're going to go on trains for a hobby.

  • Sham Jacky
    Sham Jacky 2 months ago

    Actually, the Gravesend - London Victoria (via Bexleyheath) services do use slow line of South London Line from Denmark Hill to Clapham High Street and turn back to fast line, but sometime gets on the strange underpass line from Wansworth Road

  • dazady452001
    dazady452001 2 months ago +1

    It’s 03:30... why am I watching this!? Classic sleepless TheXvid

  • Sky Bailey
    Sky Bailey 2 months ago +1

    Trending lmao? 😂

  • reece anley
    reece anley 2 months ago

    It has a southern interior lol

  • Ade
    Ade 2 months ago +2

    A couple of fun PSULs are Waterloo to Basingstoke services. I think the 22:42 is one; it actually runs along a section of the District Line instead of the South Western main line.

  • ArunPlaysPiano
    ArunPlaysPiano 2 months ago +1

    This is absolutely bloody fascinating

  • matzmx
    matzmx 2 months ago +1

    TF am I watching?

  • Knownaschrissy 5
    Knownaschrissy 5 2 months ago

    How come south eastern electrostars have the southern interior?

    • Norbiton Flyer
      Norbiton Flyer 2 months ago

      Because this one used to work on Thameslink/Southern and it would cost money to change the seat covers

  • sonizone22
    sonizone22 2 months ago

    Gosh nobody wants to try drawing a map of the Clapham Junction area!

    • Martin Clitheroe
      Martin Clitheroe 2 months ago

      sonizone22 Actually a lot more simple than you’d think. There isn’t particularly a “junction” there anymore. The Southern and South Western are pretty much separate and don’t link

  • Andrew Gwilt
    Andrew Gwilt 2 months ago

    If Southern were to inherit the Class 377/5s. They could use them on London Victoria/London Bridge-Tattenham Corner, Epsom Downs, Epsom, Wimbledon/Sutton, Reigate, Horsham, Redhill, Caterham & East Grinstead, London Victoria-London Bridge via Peckham Rye and East Croydon-Milton Keynes Central/Tring & Watford Junction (working alongside the Class 377/2 and 5-Car Class 377/7).
    Or perhaps Southern using the Class 377/5 on Brighton-Eastbourne, Hastings, Seafood and Lewis East Coastway routes and Brighton-Littlehampton, Bognor Regis, Portsmouth Harbour, Southampton Central and Portsmouth & Southsea West Coastway routes (working alongside the Class 377/3 and Class 313/2).

  • AndreiTupolev
    AndreiTupolev 2 months ago

    Nice atmospheric lonely-bin-bag-blowing-in-wind.

  • CRAIG Evans
    CRAIG Evans 2 months ago +1

    More of these video's please Geoff, great stuff!

  • DerParadonym
    DerParadonym 2 months ago +4

    Mum: "watcha doin all the time?"
    Me: "watchin' people ridin' trains in Britain"
    Mum: "uhm..."
    I think she found out that there'a new topic on TheXvid. - I just said that there's a man nearly able to answer exact train times if you say a station name to him.

  • henry miles
    henry miles 2 months ago

    What about videos on some projected lines? Bakerloo extension. The two Thamesmead proposed crossing routes. etc.

  • Joe Fothergill
    Joe Fothergill 2 months ago

    Remember one of those 4 passengers would have been the conductor

  • Gareth Bisgrove
    Gareth Bisgrove 2 months ago +2

    That really is an awful noise - at least I sort of know what was causing it!!

  • The Dum Gamer
    The Dum Gamer 2 months ago

    Watch this video with the sub-titles or captions... GOOGLE CANT SPELL WANDSWORTH ROAD...

  • Nick Cowan
    Nick Cowan 2 months ago +1

    Why stop at stations no-one gets on?
    I know about parliamentary services and Geoff's recent video on the Paddington to West Ruislip children ghost train shutting for good but how is it more expensive to close the line?

    • Ian moseley
      Ian moseley 27 days ago

      Closing lines loses the capacity permanently when it may be needed in the future. Difference between cost and value

    • High Path
      High Path 2 months ago

      +BMT Faded IV The Route is also needed for diversion and emergency use so driver knowledge needs to be maintained

    • BMT Faded IV
      BMT Faded IV 2 months ago

      It's a long legal process.

  • Jake Avis
    Jake Avis 2 months ago

    Should do a 2019 tea tally!

  • Okan G
    Okan G 2 months ago

    Your close to 100K

  • TheOriginalWray
    TheOriginalWray 2 months ago +2

    Just a few quick questions i need to get off my back: Why don't Southeastern add Wandsworth Road and Clapham High Street as stops on their suburban services? For example, Dartford or Orpington services. Also if this parliamentary train runs just so that the line between Victoria and Denmark Hill keeps open then why does it need to stop at those places. Can't London Overground just run a parliamentary train to Victoria instead? (there's already one that goes to Battersea Park so why not?)

    • High Path
      High Path 2 months ago

      +TheOriginalWray Remember all this improvements for passengers like deleting services not providing suitable trains etc are all part of your funding from the 3.3% fare increase this year.

    • TheOriginalWray
      TheOriginalWray 2 months ago +1

      +Norbiton Flyer But before London Overground took over Southern trains used to operate trains to those stations. So then why did Southern trains have no problem with stopping at those two stations but Southeastern does? Both operators would face similar issues in terms of passengers and (maybe) fleet. And even then what about off peak times?

    • Norbiton Flyer
      Norbiton Flyer 2 months ago

      +TheOriginalWray The Victoria end of the route was severed when platform 3 at Battersea Park was extended to take 12-car trains. The London Bridge end was taken out because Southern has lost three platforms there (to Thameslink (2) and South Eastern (1) and there is no room for little-used two- or four-car trains in the remaining terminal platforms. It is still possible to do the Victoria/London Bridge journey (or intermediate stations) by changing at Peckham Rye. South Eastern's services don't normally stop at Clapham High Street and Wandsworth Road because it would delay the service, and possibly crowd out people from further destinations.

    • TheOriginalWray
      TheOriginalWray 2 months ago +1

      Well London Midland seemed to have no problem with sending a packed 4 car unit all the way to Birmingham and an almost empty 8 car unit to Tring lmao. So in short the stations don't meet the specifications of Southeasterns trains. So how come Southern used to be able to run class 455s to Wandsworth Road and Clapham High Street then? There must've been some sort of inconvenience or low demand for them to completely stop the operation of that service!

    • David Shepheard
      David Shepheard 2 months ago

      +TheOriginalWray Re: "So what's wrong with operating 4 car trains apart from them getting packed?"
      You have answered your own question.
      Short trains are a pain in the neck, because they have to make long journeys to the end of the line and back and what can be an off-peak service on one trip is going to land up arriving somewhere else, just as the peak hours kick in.
      Packed trains are not just annoying, they start to become very dangerous. There have been lots of times I've been standing on Earlsfield Station in the rush hour with people not being able to get on train after train after train and the crowd just pushes forward of the safety line, with passengers standing right on the edge of the platforms.
      It's not worth having that sort of nonsense on an entire trainline, just to get a service improvement at two stations.
      It should be possible for the platfoms at Wandsworth Road and Clapham High Street to be extended though. (That would also be better than running National Rail trains where you could get off of one 4 car unit, but were locked inside another 4 car unit if you accidentally got on the wrong part of a train.)
      The best thing the South East can do with 4 car trains is send them up north to all the places that are stuck with awful trains like Pacers.

  • The Pendolino Of All
    The Pendolino Of All 2 months ago

    Bro, this song is so lit, idk what it's called tho

    • The Pendolino Of All
      The Pendolino Of All 2 months ago

      After 20 minutes of scrolling through David Cutter's yt channel, I found it. And then I screamed "GEOFF MARSHALL" in the comments

  • John Airey
    John Airey 2 months ago

    You've inadvertently pointed out the problem with the Overground. It's a dual voltage train that is clearer at a disadvantage when it uses the third rail. It would be far more efficient if the lines in the South East were converted to overhead lines (I'd start with the Brighton line and the overground).

    • High Path
      High Path 2 months ago

      +emmo999 I think it is the condition of the track and the number of junctions and 100mph on commuter trains that are packed with standing passengers is not good. The Southwestern VEPs I think got to 90mph unofficially particulary in last days of service.

    • emmo999
      emmo999 2 months ago +1

      John Airey additionally, Electrostars do not use all their power. Mitrac reports how much kN force each motor is applying and should one motor be down, others will up their power to help accommodate

    • emmo999
      emmo999 2 months ago +1

      John Airey Overground doesn’t get anywhere near 100mph. Equally Electrostars don’t do more than 100mph. In fact, the 378 Capitalstars are geared lower to assist acceleration and are thus limited to 75mph

    • John Airey
      John Airey 2 months ago

      +emmo999 even if there's no difference in acceleration there's a 100mph limit on third rail. I've travelled on trains that can reach 70mph over two miles (using 25kv) so I think the Overground could be quicker. Crossrail is using overhead lines. I expect Geoff to do some timing experiments when it opens.

    • emmo999
      emmo999 2 months ago

      John Airey there is no performance disadvantage on 3rd rail, it’s just a timetable inconsistency between TOCs. And 378s (LO) and 377 (SE) share the same traction packs

  • Kamran Tailor
    Kamran Tailor 2 months ago

    Super nice video! You have done a great job! I like it a lot. If you get a chance.. please check out my train videos on my channel and subscribe if you like what you see! I hope I will hear and see (more video's) from you soon. I give you a big like and i subbed your channel. Hope you sub my channel too. allso i have a video coming out on my chanal soon .

  • FW 4cep 1592
    FW 4cep 1592 2 months ago

    that's a bit of a surprise to a rarely southeastern calling at wandsworth road, and Clapham high Street. but nice video

  • gpan62
    gpan62 2 months ago +1

    What makes this run unusual? The departure time? The single run per day? Then, why does this run exist?

  • Frank Taylor
    Frank Taylor 2 months ago

    But why do they run this service?

  • Kushal Gandhi
    Kushal Gandhi 2 months ago

    Completely Unique best ever. Regards from India

  • Vincent Calvelli
    Vincent Calvelli 2 months ago

    Happy New Year Geoff and Vicki

  • Darren Gomes
    Darren Gomes 2 months ago +1

    That's a weird route, a SouthEastern train, going west to go to Kent, along a Waterloo route from Victoria and it's a Southern Electrostar train disguised as a SouthEastern train!

    • Martin Clitheroe
      Martin Clitheroe 2 months ago

      Norbiton Flyer where have I mentioned Waterloo?! WWR = Wandsworth Road, CLP = Clapham High Street

    • Norbiton Flyer
      Norbiton Flyer 2 months ago

      +Martin Clitheroe It doesn't going anywhere near the Waterloo lines except where it dives under them. And at no point is it travelling westwards.

    • Martin Clitheroe
      Martin Clitheroe 2 months ago

      Darren Gomes It’s the same route all Southeastern trains take, except it ran under the mainlines through Stewarts Lane to serve the platforms at WWR and CLP

  • Darryl Kennedy
    Darryl Kennedy 2 months ago

    Geoff..Are there any video clips running through Streatham Hill to Balham and onto Victoria. Used to live on Drewstead Road near Streatham Hill Station and used to catch the train to work at Victoria and back everyday in the 70's. Love to see it if any exists. Thank you from New Zealand. ☺☺☺☺

    • High Path
      High Path 2 months ago

      I have been on a train that unexpectedly did that- its normally freight only which is noted once leaving wimbledon late after a ballast train had passed through on the Thameslink Platform - then came past me again as my train arrived at Clapham Junction - with the driver moaning that a slow steam excursion had slowed us down when in fact both trains had been halted while the freight service crossed the ladder on the western approach to Wimbldon.

  • Iain Gold
    Iain Gold 2 months ago

    As Martin enjoys Swale Station so much maybe you could take him on the early morning Gillingham to Sherness service. 😂

    • Martin Clitheroe
      Martin Clitheroe 2 months ago +1

      Iain Gold There’s quite a few evening peak journeys that do Victoria to Sheerness via the west curve at Sittingbourne

  • Paul Bates
    Paul Bates 2 months ago

    If I board that train at Wandsworth Road and get off at Clapham High Street can I use my Bus Operator Staff Pass?
    I am allowed to use it on Overground services, but not National Rail services.

  • Faye Cadman
    Faye Cadman 2 months ago

    Train novice here.. Why do SE keep this running if served by the OG?

    • Martin Clitheroe
      Martin Clitheroe 2 months ago

      Faye Cadman provides a link from Victoria to Wandsworth Road/Clapham High St that was cut when the Southern services were replaced by Overground to Clapham Jn

  • eboniteboy
    eboniteboy 2 months ago

    ~ 5:39 worth getting outta bed at some ungodly hour for ...

  • WorldOfRailways
    WorldOfRailways 2 months ago

    Does London Overground operate any parliament trains to Battersea Park? It would be interesting.

    • High Path
      High Path 2 months ago

      +Norbiton Flyer How do the earlies get to Battersea Park - why not run in service ?

    • Norbiton Flyer
      Norbiton Flyer 2 months ago

      Yes it does: 0633 Battersea Park to Dalston Junction, 2204 Dalston Junction to Battersea Park (arr 2247), and 2303 Battersea Park to Dalston Junction: (all Mon-Fri): 0726 (Sundays) Battersea Park to Highbury & Islington

  • M Collier
    M Collier 2 months ago

    All the early morning trains...

  • Jack Newell
    Jack Newell 2 months ago

    I am doing the Wolverhampton to Walsall over the direct route Parliamentary train in a few weeks which used to an Hourly Service from Wellington to Wolverhampton until I think 2008 when that service stopped running

  • mjr999
    mjr999 2 months ago

    Just watched a realllllyy bad 7 minute long advert for you Geoff :) love the videos

  • Dalilati Muhamat
    Dalilati Muhamat 2 months ago

    Can we do it in the summer?
    Yes! I would love to join it if you do it during summer. 😊

  • Drew Morgan
    Drew Morgan 2 months ago

    So glad you covered this! Its one that I've wanted to do myself (back when it was a 375 to Bromley South, then ECS to Maidstone East).

  • Binary Signals
    Binary Signals 2 months ago +1

    unsubscribed again...

    • Binary Signals
      Binary Signals 2 months ago

      +Andrew Gwilt Do you understand the terms 'irony' and 'double negative'? Take five minutes to educate yourself, it will help you in life.

    • Andrew Gwilt
      Andrew Gwilt 2 months ago

      Binary Signals Suppose you don’t like his videos I guess. And no one doesn’t care.

  • Matthew O'Dwyer
    Matthew O'Dwyer 2 months ago

    Another brilliant video. I might have to give some if these a try 😀

  • TrainSpotter101
    TrainSpotter101 2 months ago

    Please go to Birchinghton on Sea!!!

  • Jamie Boy1995
    Jamie Boy1995 2 months ago

    Happy new year Geoff and interesting video

  • Atheist Orphan
    Atheist Orphan 2 months ago

    The ‘Binbag in the wind’ is rapidly becoming Geoff’s Alfred Hitchcock cameo moment.

  • Julie Aylward
    Julie Aylward 2 months ago

    Another brilliant video Geoff. Love the unplanned gags too.....

  • Naomi Smith
    Naomi Smith 2 months ago

    But WHY, Geoff, why? Why does it stop at those stations and only at silly o clock?!

  • Stephen Longmire
    Stephen Longmire 2 months ago

    Where did Martin get his phone case I need that for my phone

  • Gary Chapman
    Gary Chapman 2 months ago

    Up this early on a cold early January morning. Fantastic devotion.

  • Aldranster50
    Aldranster50 2 months ago +1

    well its not on the timetable... (yes i checked its schedule 3 doesnt mention any of the stations)

  • khisanth75
    khisanth75 2 months ago

    Why does it stop there?! Can’t see any need to do so !

  • Ezra Petty
    Ezra Petty 2 months ago

    Once I timed it on the overground and it was 1 min

    • High Path
      High Path 2 months ago

      The 2min allowance is to cover late delays departing CJ ensuring a correct arrival time at the next station down

  • NSiri#1
    NSiri#1 2 months ago

    I love Martin's District line moquette phone case..

  • Doreen Patterson
    Doreen Patterson 2 months ago

    If you don't click 'like' you don't get it................

  • Fred Stam
    Fred Stam 2 months ago +1

    Happy newyear from the Netherlands. It becomes nerdier and nerdier and
    I love it. I do'nt know if its English but you understand at least I hope.......

  • Jack Cooper
    Jack Cooper 2 months ago

    Geoff there is a once a day service ran by Chiltern Railways out of Stratford Upon Avon then to Banbury, Kings Sutton, Heyford, Tackley then Oxford then it does a return to Banbury. Normally the Oxford to Banbury service is ran by GWR the normal Chiltern service to Oxford is to London Marylebone