— Steve Cronin (@croninsfc) November 1, 2013
This is indeed true. They’re on time however, once Rail Time is applied. With maths like this, it’s a wonder anyone discovered gravity!
@FGW congrats 4 mornings this week 6.44 from twyford massively delayed. Clearly none your fault, look forward to 95% on time stat appearing
— Tim Hodgson (@timhodgson78) November 1, 2013
Thanks @FGW for sending the 8.57 from reading west early!
— Jo Reedman (@Ojaroo) October 1, 2013
@fgwkmc We don't set the punctuality and reliability targets. The Government set them. TJ
— First Great Western (@FGW) September 24, 2013
IT’S NOT OUR FAULT! Booooo hooooo hoooo chooooo chooooooo!
Thanks a bunch for leaving early @FGW. That's screwed my journey this morning. Late is bad but early is worst.
— Niklas Richardson (@nrichardson) September 24, 2013
— Swiss (@Swiss_uk) January 16, 2014
@fgw can you tell reading station that train doors are meant to close upto 40s before departure and not leave 40s before it's meant to
— Luke Smith (@lukesmith) January 16, 2014
— Swiss (@Swiss_uk) January 15, 2014
— Ed Hardwick (@edhardwick) January 13, 2014
Train leaving over a minute early from Theale. Thanks @FGW suppose something needs to offset the lateness. But now we miss tubes home.
— Gus McLean (@GusM_LW) January 17, 2014
@FGW even when the train leaves at 7.53 and the doors close at 7.51? Thats not 40 seconds like it says
— Lord Danny Gayford (@DannyGayford) October 29, 2013
Note for First Great Western: don't have your screens showing that a train is on time when it's ten minutes late. You swines.
— Steven Perkins (@stevenperkins) July 24, 2013
Managed to miss my train this morning. Unusually this was due to a @fgw train being ahead of schedule and leaving the station early.
— Edd Hamon (@e_hamon) July 17, 2013
Above a clock that says 07:45 reads "07:40 London Paddington – On time". Any ideas @FGW?
— Tom (@WillBeLateAgain) July 17, 2013
The clock must be wrong, Tom!