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5G00 in Marylebone Sunday Diversions 2015 WTT

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5G00 in Marylebone Sunday Diversions 2015 WTT 09/01/2016 at 22:06 #79761
Lyn-Greenwood
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Just reached 07.00 in this new WTT and found 5G00 is timed to leave Wembley Depot at 07.07, arriving Marylebone at 07.22, but it forms 2G00 which is timed to depart at 07.03, so has there been a typo somewhere?

The WTT looks good and I'm sure I'll enjoy working my way through it.

37087: do you want further errors reporting via the Forum or with a PM?

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5G00 in Marylebone Sunday Diversions 2015 WTT 10/01/2016 at 01:55 #79772
MikeW
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One other thing that I've noticed is that a lot of the trains laying over in the Marylebone UPL are then booked to move into platforms not reachable from the UPL (for example, Pl.4). (They would have been OK with the previous version of the sim which had a scissors cross-over in the station throat). It can be overcome with a bit of nifty replatforming, but I assume it is not intentional.

Mike

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5G00 in Marylebone Sunday Diversions 2015 WTT 10/01/2016 at 07:59 #79773
Lyn-Greenwood
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" said:
One other thing that I've noticed is that a lot of the trains laying over in the Marylebone UPL are then booked to move into platforms not reachable from the UPL (for example, Pl.4). (They would have been OK with the previous version of the sim which had a scissors cross-over in the station throat). It can be overcome with a bit of nifty replatforming, but I assume it is not intentional.

Mike
Now that would make life interesting! Lots of 'thinking on your feet' unless the WTT gets some replatforming work done and re-issued. Are there many cases where replatforming is necessary? It could be a major task if there are.

Some input from the author is needed here, I think.

Lyn

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