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1 EPSRC Project: Travel Time Use in the Information Age CeMoRe and Centre for Transport and Society, UWE

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3 [ Voice: Seat Reservation ] > You can select a specific seat of your choice, subject to availability. > I do not understand. What is Quiet Coach? What is window seat? > Seat 15A Coach D. > I do not understand. What is table? > KM34J67.

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5 [ Voice: Timetable ] > Lancaster 13:57 ; Preston 14:17. > I do not understand. What is late? > The timetable is correct until 23rd July But you should note that I do not warrant that such information will be error free. > Preston 14:38; Manchester 15:17; Stockport 15:27; Macclesfield 15:41. Macclesfield 15:52; Stoke-on- Trent 16:12; Milton Keynes 17:25; London 18:10. > That is not a valid route. here is so much consultation on timetable proposals and route utilisation strategies coming out of the Office of Rail Regulation, the Strategic Rail Authority, the government and the European Union.

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7 [ Voice: Luggage Management ] > Please dont store your luggage: in the aisles, in the vestibules, in the disabled area, or on the next seat. > A Train Company will only be liable for any loss or damage to, or delay in the delivery of luggage if it was caused by the neglect or default of a Train Company. > Please dont store your luggage: in the aisles, in the vestibules, in the disabled area, or on the next seat. > Space is limited. For everyones safety I recommend that you dont travel with more luggage than you can carry. > It boils down to seat size and leg room… I squeezed the luggage space to give you a bit more legroom.

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