Category Archives: Campaigning

Meeting with Andy Burnham, 10th April 2019

Useful meeting with Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham on 10/04/2019. He’s not in charge of the railways. No one is in charge of the railways. There are just people and organisations that have influence or control of certain aspects of … Continue reading

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Christmas carollers set rail delay woes to song

TPE-themed Christmas songs, as sung by Friends of Mossley Station https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-england-manchester-46653553/christmas-carollers-set-rail-delay-woes-to-song

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SHRUG meeting with Chris Grayling, 5th December 2018

Representatives of Local Rail User Groups on the Manchester to Huddersfield line met with Chris Grayling, Secretary of State for Transport and Andrew Jones, Rail Minister and MP for Harrogate at a meeting in the House of Commons on Wednesday … Continue reading

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“Where’s the TransPennine Express boss? His train service is so bad that commuters miss the old Pacers”

Thanks to Tom Richmond and the Yorkshire Post for being the first, and so far the only, regional newspaper to highlight what an appalling service TransPennine have provided at our stations since the timetable change. Tom Richmond: Where’s the TransPennine … Continue reading

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