- Tube problems in that Landon Town
TfL are utter clowns. I like the way they come out with the usual rubbish, “Our engineers are working hard….repairing yet another ****-up”.
That equipment also looks far too new for TfL though so I am suspicious – I’m sure they didn’t have plastic in the early 1900’s…..
Oh great. And yet another strike.
Angry tube user.Posted 4 years agotheflatboyMember
honeybadgerx – Member
As it happens sugar works as a retarder in concrete (stops it going off), though it might take more than two in this case!Posted 4 years ago
There’s a fairly level headed discussion about this on London Reconnections. I’m just amazed that after part filling what appears to be a late 60s early 70s IMR which controls Victoria to Brixton with grout they’ve managed to recover the service this morning.Posted 4 years ago
These kinds of things happen on big infrastructure projects, particularly when dealing with 120 year old underground structures, what’s astounding is how quickly they’ve recovered from a fairly catastrophic event. To the signalling equipment.brakesMember
a spokesman for the RMT union said “… proving once again that it’s directly-employed public sector staff who are needed to deal with this kind of emergency, making a nonsense of Boris Johnson’s Tube staff cuts plans.”
I didn’t know Boris had his own tube staff? Is that because he gets confused by escalators?Posted 4 years ago
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