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Bristol PostThis digital trial may mean the end of late trains between London and Bristol Parkway

This digital trial may mean the end of late trains between London and Bristol Parkway

Nearly 24 per cent of Great Western Railway long distance trains failed to arrive at their final destination within 10 minutes of the scheduled time

Reported by Bristol Post • Monday, July 17, 2017

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