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Olivia Nihad Jun 18
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AshValeCommuter Jun 18
Love the way the media are only mentioning people going to Ascot when it comes to the . What about all those people who can't get to work? Surely that's more important?
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James Tubb Oct 23
"If you see something that doesn't look right" - Yes I do, hundreds unable to get onto a service they pay thousands for. For five days. I actually blame the union - SWR trying their best in a backwards situation.
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Becky Jun 19
Well this is shit.
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AshValeCommuter Oct 23
Hundreds left behind at Surbiton. At least the contingency guard declassified first class.
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Dave Risk Jun 18
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goth4you Oct 22
the amount of information about service that are actually running ARE NOT ENOUGH AND ARE NOT CLEAR. HOW AM I GOING TO GET TO WORK? Nobody knows anything. It’s really frustrating and making me tired.
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Steve in Guildford Jun 18
“Shout out your support for the South Western Rail strikers today!” *complete silence*
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Marisa Casadei Jun 18
thanks to the guards on duty today for their kindness in making this more palatable
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Graham Jun 17
Packed, unbearable trains. Massive delays. No communication or helpful advice. I thought there was supposed to be a rail strike on?
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*megan•rose* Jun 19
Physically not being able to get on a train at Surbiton becuase the is absolutely disgusting - I left almost 2 hours before I needed to and I’m STILL not going to make it to my very important meeting - thanks I hope ya strike is worth it👍🏽
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Josh Bosh Oct 27
Required evening alcohol consumption after this week’s ‘commuting experience’ of those of us lucky enough to use South Western Railway Thanks ,
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Tom Howland Jun 17
Missed the first connection and still no sight of this bus at Bagshot. fancy responding or helping? I might start to decide when I pay for my fare in future like u decide when to provide a service
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Sarah 🐌 Jun 20
I am standing on a crowded train to Waterloo (cheers ) and a very pregnant lady just got on. Walked almost the whole length of the carriage before someone offered her a seat. It was an elderly lady. An elderly lady gave up her seat. On this train full of commuters. FFS.
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smillieg Oct 22
I am so fed up with these rail strikes. Sort it out. On a ten carriage train there should be a guard. Lost count how many times a year have to go through this nonsense. For a ticket that costs several thousand a year its a joke.
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carol Jun 17
Anyone travelling from Surbiton, be warned. There's a massive queue to even enter the station today going down the high street.
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Natalie Tambini Jun 19
Spotted at Surbiton station this morning. HAHAHAHAHA 😂
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Isobel Thomas Steer Oct 5
Love my work, hate getting up extra early to get there because of STUPID STRIKES!!! JUST SORT IT OUT QUICKLY AND LET ME SLEEP LONGER FOR THE LOVE OF ALL THINGS GOOD IN THIS WORLD
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Matt Pritchard Jul 26
Absolutely zero sympathy for the staff in if they gave a single shit about safety they wouldn't be striking on the hottest day this summer and putting 1000s of travellers in danger on over crowded trains. Cannot wait till we don't have to rely on them
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Joy Kluver 🍪🍪🍪 Jun 18
Well I accept the right to strike, perhaps the train unions could have had a look at school calendars. GCSEs and A-Levels are still taking place and students are having problems getting in.
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