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Commuter Diary: Delays barely noticeable

09:47 12 February 2013

Commuter Diary

Commuter Diary

AFTER a few days off, commuter Anita Curtis is back at work this morning.

Filing from the train, she said: “Back to the daily grind again.

“Train behaving although there were speed restriction at Seven Kings but hardly noticed it.”

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  • Riveting stuff - can't wait for the next installment!

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    Wednesday, February 13, 2013

  • Anita....how lucky you were to have missed the fiasco yesterday! A broken down ballast train, overunning engineering works and overhead line problems. The 06.15 from Ipswich to Liverpool Street arrived 55 minutes late.......just 5 minutes short of a full refund.

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    Tuesday, February 12, 2013

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