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Commuter Diary: Train running to schedule to round off a good week

20:43 22 February 2013

Commuter Diary: Trains playing catch up

Commuter Diary: Trains playing catch up

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TRAIN services were running to schedule this evening, rounding off a relatively good week for commuters.

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Anita Curtis reported: “Can’t believe how uneventful this week has been but must not knock it. Nothing to complain about tonight and train on time.

“Hope its not the lull before the storm.”

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  • Check the headline. I hope the trains end up FIT for the commuters!

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    Countrylad

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