Passengers complain about trains that run on time – archive, 1960

Passengers complain about trains that run on time – archive, 1960

8 February 1960: Customers accustomed to poor service miss their trains after British Rail improves punctuality

An attempt by British Railways to get trains running to time has had unforeseen results. On some main line stations the public are complaining that when trains run to time they are likely to miss them.

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Source: Guardian Transport

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