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LKX2009 Summer 09/10/2009 at 22:22 #12
lpeters
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I am now writing this TT (from the start again) and I am hoping to get past 10 trains this time. Before I was going to start at 00:00 but now it will start at 04:00 and probably go for less time but will still have the 2 rush hour sections and there are some truly weird routes out of LKX from the start.
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LKX2009 Summer 09/10/2009 at 22:22 #3451
lpeters
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I am now writing this TT (from the start again) and I am hoping to get past 10 trains this time. Before I was going to start at 00:00 but now it will start at 04:00 and probably go for less time but will still have the 2 rush hour sections and there are some truly weird routes out of LKX from the start.
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LKX2009 Summer 09/10/2009 at 22:24 #3452
John
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Keep plugging away, Luke. You can't have too many timetables for KX.

Looking forward to it.

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LKX2009 Summer 10/10/2009 at 08:45 #3456
derbybest
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Looking forward to it Luke

Chris

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LKX2009 Summer 06/12/2014 at 09:58 #66229
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Test information
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LKX2009 Summer 06/12/2014 at 09:59 #66230
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Additional timetable for the Waterloo simulation, using the timetable of 17 January 2004. This was an interesting day for diversions with most of the 8 track route from Waterloo closed. All up services are concentrated on the up Windsor line, those from Wimbledon ran via East Putney, whilst main line services from beyond Woking ran via Staines. To install, unzip into the Waterloo directory, e.g.
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LKX2009 Summer 06/12/2014 at 16:11 #66259
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" said:
Additional timetable for the Waterloo simulation, using the timetable of 17 January 2004. This was an interesting day for diversions with most of the 8 track route from Waterloo closed. All up services are concentrated on the up Windsor line, those from Wimbledon ran via East Putney, whilst main line services from beyond Woking ran via Staines. To install, unzip into the Waterloo directory, e.g.
how would you use this timetable on kings cross

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