— Joe Clarke (@MrJoeClarke) July 15, 2013
@turboww (assuming 06:57 here). Sorry Martyn it did leave 1 early. Clearly it shouldn't do, so I do apologise. I'll get this reported though
— First Great Western (@FGW) March 26, 2013
— Ella (@pink2clock) June 24, 2013
@fgw why else would a train be scheduled to wait at slough other than to make up lost time? Journeys can be made quicker than allowed for.
— FGW passenger (@victorjones17) February 25, 2013
Padding, Victor! Padding to ensure a 6 minute journey can fit inside 15 minutes, given the chance everything will go Peter Tong!
— Alan Gore (@GoreAlan) February 25, 2013
Perish the thought, Alan!
— Rachel Snelgar (@Rachel_Snelgar) February 25, 2013
@markushikari 1/2. I do apologise. I can see from our reports that the service did depart 3 minutes early.^John R
— First Great Western (@FGW) February 24, 2013
— martin dransfield (@mdransfield) February 21, 2013
Certainly not! Oh no, certainly not!
We've altered the time of 2 key North Cotswold services to improve performance – http://t.co/55RTuUwU92
— First Great Western (@FGW) February 23, 2013
Everything is improved! Jam! Jam tomorrow!
— Jakob (@JakobSharpe) January 24, 2014
— Caroline Toomey (@Grumblecat59) January 22, 2014
— Ian O'Donnell (@Plundermot) January 22, 2014
WHOA NOT COOL @FGW. The only direct Paddington train today left Great Malvern 9 minutes early! Living 4 mins away sheer luck we were early!
— Gemma (@gemmaklowe) January 19, 2014
…2 minutes early, leaving a poor man with a massive suitcase stranded on the platform when he was on time for the train. WTF @FGW!
— Davey Electric (@daveyelectric) January 19, 2014
There is no bigger tease in life than the @fgw departure board.
— Ozzy Amir (@OzzyAmir) January 25, 2014
Why did my train leave 40 seconds early this is not on @FGW
— Sarah☀️ (@SeraaVickers) January 25, 2014
@FGW why did the 0947 STJ to BRI leave 6 minutes early?
— fiscas (@fiscalfreak) February 2, 2014