'For the price you'd expect better': fare rise adds to woes on UK's busiest train
Though a schedule change has cut overcrowding, customers say they rarely get a seat
It is, officially, Britain’s most overcrowded train: the 4.22am service from Glasgow to Manchester, which regularly arrived at its destination carrying more than double its passenger capacity.
But in a week when commuters expressed anger at yet another rail fares increase, the Guardian found the service to be eerily quiet. Everyone found a seat as the four-carriage train trundled out of Preston on Friday morning.
Source: Guardian Transport