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Wimbledon Sunday 4th October 2015 21/12/2015 at 17:56 #79060
Underwood
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Hello all,

The Sunday 4th October TT is now available to download in the Wimbledon timetable section :)

It has half the services it normally see's, this one having just over 1,000 movements, compared to a good 2,500+ on a weekday!
If you want a quieter shift, or maybe you find a busy timetable is just too much, you can have a go at this.

It's far from the normal Sunday timetable operations though. There are various line closures until just gone midday, and Barnes is shut all day, and Windor/Reading services are diverted via the Kingston Loop. The line is open until 3am though, and Twickenham Rugby extra's are out on the Windsor Lines until the early hours.

Also, only the West London Line is running, with the South London route shut all day

Outside the area, Weymouth - Bournemeouth is shut, Portsmouth area is out until 1600 with trains terminating at Havant, and Exeter to Honiton is also shut.


All trains taken from RTT. I'd like to thank the guys at DistrictDave's forum for supplying the District Line S7 stock diagrams that ran on that day.

I haven't had much of a chance to play it right through, however it should all work and no error's were found.

If you find any dodgy timing paths, let me know and I'll see if it's a real timing clash or my error. Remember I will not fix timings if it's as per the real timing paths.


Thank you and enjoy!

James.

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Wimbledon Sunday 4th October 2015 21/12/2015 at 23:04 #79073
LMK
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Thanks for the timetable Mr Underwood.

Might host a session using this.

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Wimbledon Sunday 4th October 2015 29/12/2015 at 10:15 #79327
Andrew G
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Excellent WTT which opens up Wimbledon to solo play without the need for full ARS.

If it isn't too cheeky to ask - are there any plans for a Sunday WTT with the Windsor lines open?

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