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The RTT's timetable does not match with the website's timetable. For instance, in the link below,

http://www.realtimetrains.co.uk/search/a...&order=wtt

there is a departure time from Chester at 1910 to Crewe arriving at 1930.

In the website's timetable,

https://tfwrail.wales/sites/tfwrail.wale...04%202.pdf

(see page 17)

the departure time from Chester is at 1855 to Crewe arriving at 1918.
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This has happening under short term planning arrangements for months, going back pre-TfW - the 18.55 from Chester has been running later formed by the incoming 15.10 Swansea - the set off the 18.23 from Crewe going empty to the Junction.
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I first spotted it after bolting my pint to catch the 18.55 - but that's insignificant compared to the fact it breaks the London connection at Crewe, which I am pretty sure was part of ATWs train service spec.
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(10/12/2018 21:44)mikestone Wrote:  This has happening under short term planning arrangements for months, going back pre-TfW - the 18.55 from Chester has been running later formed by the incoming 15.10 Swansea - the set off the 18.23 from Crewe going empty to the Junction.
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I first spotted it after bolting my pint to catch the 18.55 - but that's insignificant compared to the fact it breaks the London connection at Crewe, which I am pretty sure was part of ATWs train service spec.

This has occurred since the double 175 set on 1750 Manchester-Holyhead with a portion for Llandudno that split at Junction became a single unit. The 150 goes ECS to Junction to cover the trips into town.
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