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Sunday, 19 December 2010

and to top it all off - i sense a working-from home day tomorrow...

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Southeastern Alert Service
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show details 12:31 PM (3 hours ago)

Southeastern has been advised by Network Rail, who has responsibility for keeping the track clear of ice and snow, that we can run our normal timetable service for Monday 20 December.

The weather forecast remains for freezing temperatures overnight with more snow possible across Kent and East Sussex. So despite Network Rail's best efforts to clear the snow and ice, it's inevitable that services tomorrow will be disrupted, with cancellations, delays and short formations to trains as a result of damage caused by the snow and ice.

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inevitable????

1 comments:

grapecat said...

i jut have to add this from my friend adam to similar facebook status of mine:
"You've not lived in this country long enough, clearly, hon. It is inevitable. History and all empirical evidence has categorically proven the inevitability of disruption. No matter how much planning and preparation they (don't?) do, it is 100%, absolutely, unequivocally, unquestionably (despite your attempted question) "inevitable" that there will be an almighty cock-up due to disruption.Sorry, but it the Law of Transportational Incompetence (101)"